Project Proposal Form for funding or support within the Lakeshore Nature Preserve
In an effort to streamline the budget process, the Preserve Director and staff created a Project Proposal Form to provide a uniform method of reviewing proposal recommendations for capital improvements, funding assistance or maintenance support within the Lakeshore Nature Preserve’s 300 acres of natural areas. Proposals may be submitted by faculty, staff, students, community members or Friends of the Preserve.
Proposals will be accepted until December 1 of each year for the upcoming year’s work plan. Proposals not accepted in prior years may be resubmitted for consideration.
Please note: A separate application process is necessary for specific “research” or “teaching” activities that support the university’s educational mission within the Lakeshore Nature Preserve. More info.
Preserve field projects index
Improvements to tip of Picnic Point
Bill's Woods Restoration
Big Oak Restoration
Class of 1918 Marsh
Watershed of the Preserve
Willow Creek Woods Restoration
A beautiful old oak is brought into view
and given adequate light and space
by restoration efforts at the edge of
Frautschi Point. Source: Glenda Denniston