Lower Grant River PWS Plan - Nine Key Element Plan

Purpose

The Lower Grant River Priority Watershed Project plan assesses the nonpoint sources of pollution in the lower portion of the Grant River Watershed below the river's confluence with the Pigeon River and guides the implementation of nonpoint source control measures. These control measures are needed to meet specific water resource objectives for the Lower Grant River Priority Watershed Project area. The purpose of this project is to reduce the amount of pollutants originating from nonpoint sources that reach surface water and groundwater within the Lower Grant River Priority Watershed Project area.

Objective

The primary objective of the project is to reduce nonpoint source pollution to the surface water and groundwater, and to enhance and protect the water quality of streams in the Lower Grant River Watershed project area.

Study Design

http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/nonpoint/documents/9kep/expired/LowerGrantRiver.pdf

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NKE60
1991
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The Lower Grant River Priority Watershed Project plan assesses the nonpoint sources of pollution in the lower portion of the Grant River Watershed below the river's confluence with the Pigeon River and guides the implementation of nonpoint source control measures. These control measures are needed to meet specific water resource objectives for the Lower Grant River Priority Watershed Project area. The purpose of this project is to reduce the amount of pollutants originating from nonpoint sources that reach surface water and groundwater within the Lower Grant River Priority Watershed Project area. https://dnr.wi.gov/topic/nonpoint/documents/9kep/expired/LowerGrantRiver.pdf
 
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Nine Key Element Plan
Lower Grant River PWS Plan - Nine Key Element Plan - The Lower Grant River Priority Watershed Project plan assesses the nonpoint sources of pollution in the lower portion of the Grant River Watershed below the river's confluence with the Pigeon River and guides the implementation of nonpoint source control measures. These control measures are needed to meet specific water resource objectives for the Lower Grant River Priority Watershed Project area. The purpose of this project is to reduce the amount of pollutants originating from nonpoint sources that reach surface water and groundwater within the Lower Grant River Priority Watershed Project area.
 
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