Funding the Samuel Myers Park Restoration Project

Funding the Samuel Myers Park Restoration Project

The Racine County Health Department utilized 23 different funding sources to support the phased restoration of Samuel Myers Park.   Funding the Samuel Myers Park Restoration Project   Overview In 2014, the City of Racine Public Health Department (the Health Department) initiated a project to improve nearshore water quality, habitat, ecosystem function, and community access…
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NOAA Digital Coast

A clearinghouse of data, tools, case studies, and trainings to help address coastal issues.   NOAA Digital Coast   Visit the NOAA Digital Coast Overview The Digital Coast was developed to meet the unique needs of the coastal management community. The website provides coastal data, tools, training, and information needed to make these data truly…
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February 2023 Water Level Update

Lake Michigan water levels continued their seasonal decline, decreasing 1 inch from January to February. Though Lake Michigan is now about 33 inches below the highest monthly water level recorded for February 2020, the Lake is still about 4 inches above the long-term average water level for the month. Water levels are expected to begin…
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Winter 2023 CALM Network Meeting

Summary of the Winter 2023 CALM Network Meeting held virtually on February 2, 2023.   Winter 2023 CALM Network Meeting Summary   The Collaborative Action for Lake Michigan (CALM) Coastal Resilience network meeting was held virtually on February 2, 2023. CALM is a network for communities along Wisconsin’s entire Lake Michigan coastline working to increase…
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Implementing the Steps to Resilience: A Practitioner’s Guide

This guide helps incorporate climate risk into equitable, long-term decision-making.   Implementing the Steps to Resilience: A Practitioner’s Guide    Access the Guide here   Overview Implementing the Steps to Resilience: A Practitioner’s Guide (Guide) is a handbook for national climate resilience created by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Climate Program Office and…
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January 2023 Water Level Update

Lake Michigan water levels continued their seasonal decline, decreasing 2 inches from December to January. Though Lake Michigan is now about 33 inches below the highest monthly water level recorded for January 2020, the Lake is still about 4 inches above the long-term average water level for the month. Water levels are expected to continue…
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