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    MISC Coordinator Conference Call

    Attached is the agenda and meeting information for the coordinator call on Monday, September 24, 2018 from 2:00 - 3:00 pm. Please let me know if you have any questions prior to the meeting! MISC-CISMA agenda.docx
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    Round goby?

    Yes, it's a round goby. (A key characteristic is the black spot on the dorsal fin).
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    Notification Test

    I got a notification email! Monday 4/23 at 8:59 am.
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    Phragmites Prioritization Tool

    Now that phragmites treatment season is officially over, the DEQ is looking for input on its phragmites prioritization tool (find it here), specifically from CISMAs. Please reply to this thread with your thoughts! Questions to consider: 1. Does your CISMA use the prioritization tool? 2. Do you find it useful? What are the pros/cons? 3. Have you modified it to fit your needs? Would you be willing to share the changes you made and copies of your forms? 4. Should the DEQ revise or update the tool? 5. Should the DEQ promote the tool more? Thanks in advance for any insights you might offer!
  5. Attached are the brief meeting notes from the MISC Core Team / CISMA Coordinator conference call on March 22, 2017. MISC-CISMA notes.docx
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    More info about SOGL funding in 2017

    SOGL 2017 Funding Opportunity We are pleased to announce our 2017 Request For Proposals. Sustain Our Great Lakes is soliciting applications for competitive funding to restore and enhance habitat in the Great Lakes basin. Details about this funding opportunity are provided in the Request for Proposals. The submission deadline for full applications is February 21, 2017. Please note, the pre-proposal stage included in past years has been eliminated for 2017. Additional application information is available at www.sustainourgreatlakes.org. In 2017, grant funding will be awarded in three categories: Stream and Riparian Habitat Coastal Wetlands Green Stormwater Infrastructure - New funding category in 2017 To be eligible for funding, projects must occur within the Great Lakes basin. Eligible applicants include non-profit organizations, educational institutions, and state, tribal and local governments. Up to $7.8 million is expected to be available for grant awards. Individual awards will range from $50,000 to $1.5 million. Sustain Our Great Lakes partners will host the following webinar to share additional information pertinent to this funding opportunity: 2017 Funding Opportunity – Guidance for Applicants January 10, 2017 at 11 AM Eastern Time/10 AM Central Time This webinar will provide additional information on the current funding opportunity, provide additional guidance on the application process, and provide answers to participant questions. Webinar participants can register by clicking here. A recording of the webinar will be available for viewing at www.sustainourgreatlakes.org following conclusion of the live program. Please contact Aislinn Gauchay (612-564-7284; aislinn.gauchay@nfwf.org) or Traci Giefer (612-564-7296; traci.giefer@nfwf.org) at the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation for more information. Copyright © 2017 National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, all rights reserved. Our mailing address is: National Fish and Wildlife Foundation 8011 34th Avenue South Suite 242 Bloomington, MN 55425
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    SOGL Grants in 2017

    View this email in your browser SOGL 2017 Funding Opportunity Webinar Please join us for a webinar on January 10, 2017 at 11 AM Eastern Time/10 AM Central Time to learn about the grant funding opportunity to be offered through Sustain Our Great Lakes. The webinar will highlight important changes for the 2017 funding cycle, including the addition of funding for green storm water infrastructure, and the removal of the pre-proposal phase. On January 3, Sustain Our Great Lakes will solicit applications for funding to restore and enhance habitat in the Great Lakes basin. The Request for Proposals will be available at www.sustainourgreatlakes.org. In 2017, grant funding will be awarded in three categories: Stream and Riparian Habitat Coastal Wetlands Green Storm Water Infrastructure - New funding category in 2017 Eligible applicants include non-profit organizations, educational institutions, and state, tribal and local governments. Full-proposals will be due on February 21, 2017. Please note that there will be NO PRE-PROPOSAL stage for this funding cycle. The full proposal narrative template is available for reference and can be viewed by clicking here. Webinar participants will learn about funding priorities and the application process, see examples of past projects, receive tips for submitting competitive proposals, and have the opportunity to ask questions. The webinar will begin at 11 AM Eastern Time/10 AM Central Time and last for approximately 1 hour. REGISTER NOW Participants can register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5502595380685410049 A recording of the webinar will be available for viewing at www.sustainourgreatlakes.org following the conclusion of the live program. Please contact Aislinn Gauchay, National Fish & Wildlife Foundation, at 612-564-7284 or aislinn.gauchay@nfwf.org for more information. Copyright © 2016 National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, all rights reserved. Our mailing address is: National Fish and Wildlife Foundation 8011 34th Avenue South Suite 242 Bloomington, MN 55425 Add us to your address book unsubscribe from this list update subscription preferences
  8. The MISC Core Team held a conference call with CISMA coordinators on October 11, 2016. See the attached documents for the meeting notes and presentations. 1. MISC-CISMA meeting notes.docx 2. MISC Meeting Update.pdf 3. Invasive Knotweed ID.pdf 4. Knotweed Hybrid Cheat Sheet.docx 5. EDR in West Michigan.pdf
  9. The inaugural MISC Core Team / CISMA Coordinator conference call occurred on July 27, 2016. Attached are the notes from the meeting, along with the presentations. 3. MISIN Update.pdf 4. Decontamination Trainings.pdf 5. HWA Update.pdf 1. MISC CISMA Meeting Notes.docx 2. MISC Meeting Update.pdf
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