Strategic partnership formed to reduce sedimentation from local streams into Lake Pepin

One Watershed – One Plan: In 2012 a MN state statute was changed to allow development of comprehensive watershed management plans. Through this action the Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources (BWSR) changed the way the health of streams and waterways was being addressed within the state. The change was to consider the health of each stream by assessing the entire watershed that drained into each body of water. Previously this was done on a county-by-county basis. The new approach is named One Watershed – One Plan.


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