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Wisconsin Culvert Inventory

Wisconsin Culvert Inventory Database and Online Mapping App

An inventory of culvert infrastructure across Wisconsin.   Wisconsin Culvert Inventory Database and Online Mapping App  Visit Culvert Inventory  Overview The Wisconsin Coastal-Management Data Infrastructure (WICDI) Project provided data, tools and training to coastal communities…
WI Climate Table Toolkit

Wisconsin Climate Table

A tool kit for communities looking to center equity in climate planning and policy.   Wisconsin Climate Table: Tool Kit for Equity & Justice in Local Climate Action Planning Visit Tool Kit   Overview The…
Lake Michigan Water Levels (1920-2023)

Fall 2023 Water Level Update

Through the late summer (August) and early fall (September and October), Lake Michigan water levels began their seasonal decline. From July to October, water levels on Lake Michigan fell approximately 7 inches. Over the past…

USACE Beneficial Uses of Dredged Sediment Website

A website supporting the beneficial use of dredged sediment in coastal habitat and construction projects.     USACE Beneficial Uses of Dredged Sediment Website   Visit Website  Overview The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)…

July 2023 Water Level Update

Lake Michigan water levels rose two inches from June to July. Though Lake Michigan is now about 29 inches below the highest monthly water level recorded in July 2020, the Lake is still about 5…

Ready-to-Fund Resilience Toolkit

An online toolkit helping local governments develop ready-to-fund projects.   Ready-to-Fund Resilience Toolkit Launch Toolkit   Overview The American Society of Adaptation professionals has released a Ready-to-Fund Resilience Toolkit. The Toolkit walks users through ten…

June 2023 Water Level Update

Lake Michigan water levels remained within an inch of last month's water levels. Though Lake Michigan is now about 30 inches below the highest monthly water level recorded in June 2020, the Lake is still…

Virmond Park Walking Tour

Walking tour of Virmond Park's coastal access and water management projects in Mequon, WI.   Virmond Park Walking Tour Mequon, Wisconsin   The Collaborative Action for Lake Michigan (CALM) Coastal Resilience network hosted a field…

Building Community Resilience with Nature-Based Solutions

A series of guides to help community leaders use nature-based solutions to minimize the risks of natural hazards.   Building Community Resilience with Nature-Based Solutions   FEMA's Guide for Local Communities FEMA's Strategies for Success…

May 2023 Water Level Update

Lake Michigan water levels continued their seasonal incline, increasing 5 inches from April to May. Though Lake Michigan is now about 27 inches below the highest monthly water level recorded in May 2020, the Lake…