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Wawasee Watershed Diagnostic Feasibility Study

The Wawasee Area Watershed Lake Enhancement Diagnostic/Feasibility Study is not an academic study for the sake of studying lakes. This study is a results oriented project. Its purpose is to diagnose ailments, prescribe the most feasible cures, and be a guide to ultimately carry out the implementation of watershed treatment.

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Boating Impacts

Summary of:  Boating Impacts
– compilation by Gwen White including:

Physical Impacts of Boating on Lakes by David F. Hill (who has consulted on the impacts of prop wash on eelgrass habitat and conducted field experiments on lakebed disturbances due to passing boats)

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WACF Annual Meeting

Saturday, August 15, 2009

8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

WACF Center; 11586 N. SR 13;

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Strategic Plan September 7th, 2007

Strategic Plan
September 7, 2001

Click Here to Download the Full Plan.

Prepared for WACF
Jennifer Kwasny

Wawasee Area Conservancy Foundation
Strategic Plan

Table of Contents Page

1. Overall structure of the strategic plan_____________________________3

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Water-Table Characteristics In The Lake Wawasee Basin And Vicinity

Introduction
Lake Wawasee is the largest natural lake in Indiana.  The lake is late Wisconsin age and occupies a massive ice-block depression in the classic interlobate area that lay between the Saginaw and Erie Lobes.  The lake is located in northeastern Kosciusko County, but a large part of the watershed is located in southwestern Noble County. 

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