Lake Management Plan
Pier Spraying Permit
Notice of Herbicide Application on Little Green Lake
The complete treatment permit is linked at the bottom of the page
State of Wisconsin
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES Scott Walker, Governor
Oshkosh DNR Office Cathy Stepp, Secretary
625 E. County Road Y, Suite 700
Oshkosh, WI 54901 State Customer Service # 888-936-7463
Oshkosh FAX* 920-4244404
April 14, 2017 Permit NE-2017-24-736
Fee Received: $1195.00
Little Green Lake P&R District — Harlan Barkley
N3004 N Kearley Road, PO Box 100
Markesan, WI 53946
Subject: 2017 permit to chemically treat aquatic plants in Little Green Lake, Green Lake County, WI.
Dear Mr. Barkley:
The Department has received and reviewed your application to chemically treat Curly-leaf Pondweed and
Eurasian water milfoil in Little Green Lake, Green Lake County. The total acreage to be treated is 46.3 acres. Your pennit application meets the minimum requirements by law and a permit is being issued. Issuance of the permit is not an endorsement or approval for the actions authorized. The following conditions must be complied with:
1) It is the responsibility of the applicant to follow the treatment plan and permit conditions. Noncompliance with the plan can result in enforcement actions under State Statute 144.99 and restriction of aquatic plant management activities for subsequent years under Administrative Code NR 107. The conditions and treatment plan are required to ensure efficacy of the treatment and is well documented.
2) Clean Lakes, Inc., according to NR 107.08(8), shall submit the enclosed Aquatic Plant Management Treatment Record form (3200-111) for treatment as follows:
1. Immediately, if any unusual circumstances occur during treatment.
2. Within 30 days, if treatment occurs.
3. By October 1 of this year if no treatment occurred.
3) Application is restricted to permitted area.
4) All docks and all public access must be posted as specified in NR107.08 (7). Signage must remain in place for the full period specified on the chemical product labels.
5) Public access cannot be blocked or entry denied. Treatment will have to be scheduled accordingly to increase efficacy and to achieve the desired outcome.
6) The applicant must have a WPDES permit before treatment occurs.
1) Chapter NR 107.04(4) Wisconsin Administrative Code states that the applicant, Harlan Barkley, must certify a copy of the application has been provided to any affected property owners, inland Lake District and in the case of chemical applications for rooted aquatic plants, to any riparian property owners adjacent to and within the treatment area.
2) Herbicide used for Areas B-17 and E-17 will be 2,4-D (Weedar 64 or DMA4-IVM) and endothall (Aquathol) applied at 4.0 ppm and 1.5 ppm respectively. All product labels must be followed closely.
3) Herbicide used for Area A-17 will be endothall (Aquathol) applied at 2.0 ppm. All product labels must be followed closely.
4) Herbicide used for Area C-17 and D-17 will be diquat applied at .42 and .49 ppm respectively. All product labels to be followed closely.
5) You must notify Christopher Kolasinski of the Department of Natural Resources at (920) 2525053 or Christopher.Kolasinski@wisconsin.gov 4 business day prior to the chemical treatment.
6) The following steps should be taken every time you move your equipment to avoid transporting invasives and exotic viruses and species. To the extent practicable, equipment and gear used on infested waters should not be used on other non-infested waters.
1. Inspect and remove aquatic plants, animals, and mud from your equipment.
2. Drain all water from your equipment that comes in contact with infested waters, including but not limited to tracked vehicles, barges, boats, silt or turbidity curtain, hoses, sheet pile and pumps.
3. Dispose of aquatic plants, animals in the trash. Never release or transfer aquatic plants, animals or water from one water-body to another.
4. Wash your equipment with hot (>1040 F) and/or high pressure water OR allow your equipment to dry.
Any future treatments beyond this permit will require an additional permit from the Department. Future permit applications will be evaluated based the information at that time. Failure to comply with the above conditions may result in cancellation of the permit and loss of permit privileges in the future.
If you have any questions or concerns I can be reached at (920) 252-5053 or by e-mail at Christopher.Kolasinski@wisconsin.gov
Christopher Kolasinski - Oshkosh-DNR
Water Resource Management Specialist
CC: Dave Bartz - Fisheries Biologist, Wautoma
Ted Dremel Conservation Warden Supervisor, Wautoma Ted Johnson — Water Resource Biologist, Oshkosh Clean Lakes, Inc.