Shoreland Protection

The shorelands of the state are among its most valuable and fragile natural resources and their protection is essential to maintain the integrity of public waters.

PROPOSED WATER QUALITY/QUANTITY RULES (Env-Ws; to become Env-Wq)

  • Env-Wq 1400 Shoreland Protection
  • Env-Wq 1400 Shoreland Protection (JLCAR review anticipated Feb. 15)
  • Env-Wq 1400 Shoreland Protection (JLCAR review anticipated March 21)
  • Env-Wq 1700 Surface Water Quality Standards
  • PROPOSED WETLANDS RULES (Env-Wt)

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  • Env-Wt 101.26 (new), Env-Wt 101.79 (revised) – Fetch and Seasonal Dock Definitions
  • Env-Wt 101.26 (new), Env-Wt 101.79 (revised) – Fetch and Seasonal Dock Definitions (JLCAR review anticipated Feb. 15)
  • Env-Wt 303.05(e), Env-Wt 401.01, Env-Wt 402.02, Env-Wt 402.05(a) and (m) – Fetch; Dock Design; Aquatic Exotic Plant Control
  • Env-Wt 303.05(e), Env-Wt 401.01, Env-Wt 402.02, Env-Wt 402.05(a) and (m) – Fetch; Dock Design; Aquatic Exotic Plant Control (JLCAR review anticipated Feb. 15)
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  • Env-Wt 101.70 (new), Env-Wt 101.81 (new), Env-Wt 101.99 (new) – Vernal Pool Definitions
  • Env-Wt 301.01, Env-Wt 301.02(c), Env-Wt 302.04(a)(7), Env-Wt 304.05 – Delineation of Vernal Pools; Logging Operations
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