LMWCC Business Plan for 2017
• Bug Survey
• Water Quality Survey
• Private Projects — Continue to monitor and assist owners with the permitting process.
• Membership — Pursue the mass mailings to riparian owners begun last year.
• Annual Meeting — Secure permits, print raffle tickets Procure raffle prizes and solicit donations for the auction.
• Salmon-in-the-classroom — LMWCC continues to support the program in the KND school district.
• Newsletter — published twice a year; mailed to members and posted on the LMWCC web site.
• SWAT — the team will clear the river periodically or as needed.
• Fundraising — Continue to explore fundraising options. Sell LMWCC logo merchandise. Identify organizations and groups as potential sources of support for on-going projects.
• Web Site — Make sure all significant and current information is available to members on the site. Provide links to other related organizations and partner groups PayPal has now been implemented allowing members to renew on-line and make donations to the council.
• Complete a final report on the CRA channel restoration project located above 9 Mile Bridge including results of an electroshocking.
• Complete the funding for and undertake the removal of the Syers Creek dam.
• Continue the stream-bank remediation program based on the CRA bank erosion survey f 2015.
• Identify a steam section for another proposed channelization project.
• Study the results of the TU woody debris and fish population survey completed in 2015 in an effort to target areas for improving fish habitat and populations.
• Complete three fish habitat projects in section #3 of the TU woody debris survey using funds from a gift of the Jorgensen Family Foundation.
• Continue the recruitment of riverfront property owners to join the organization.
• Continue the development of the EPA and MDEQ approved comprehensive watershed management plan.
(above as stated in the 2017 Spring Summer LMWCC Newsletter)