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Adaptive management and water quality trading project locations

This map depicts WPDES permit holders that have formally selected adaptive management or water quality trading as their preferred phosphorus compliance option. Select a pin on the map to view more information about the permit holder, including the Notice of Intent (NOI) submitted to the DNR. Permittees identify themselves by submitting either a Notice of Intent to Trade or an Adaptive Management (AM) Request Form to DNR. If you would like to be identified on this map in advance of form submittals contact Matt Claucherty.

To view information on a site, click on a pinpoint. You may need to zoom in on the map to differentiate between pinpoints.

Map key

The information shown on these maps has been obtained from various sources, and are of varying age, reliability and resolution. These maps are not intended to be used for navigation, nor are these maps an authoritative source of information about legal land ownership or public access. Users of these maps should confirm the ownership of land through other means in order to avoid trespassing. No warranty, expressed or implied, is made regarding accuracy, applicability for a particular use, completeness or legality of the information depicted on this map.

Contact information
Regional adaptive management coordinators are available to help address technical questions or concerns you have about adaptive management. If you have questions, comments or feedback about phosphorus implementation, adaptive management or water quality trading please email:
Last revised: Friday October 25 2019