DURAND SPORTSMAN'S CLUB: Chippewa Restore '11

Purpose

The Durand Sportsman's Club proposes to continue with it's efforts to stabalize the banks of the Chippewa River upstream of Durand in Dunn County for the purpose of improving water quality and aquatic habitat. Project area includes 1,400 feet of river bank. Major project elements to include: 1) re-sloping banks, 2) armor banks with fabric, rip-rap and toe installation, 3) revegetation of banks.

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River Grant
River Protection Grant
RM-047-11
2010
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Activities & Recommendations
Control Streambank Erosion
The Durand Sportsman's Club proposes to continue with it's efforts to stabalize the banks of the Chippewa River upstream of Durand in Dunn County for the purpose of improving water quality and aquatic habitat. Project area includes 1,400 feet of river bank. Major project elements to include: 1) re-sloping banks, 2) armor banks with fabric, rip-rap and toe installation, 3) revegetation of banks.
Grant Awarded
The Durand Sportsman's Club proposes to continue with it's efforts to stabalize the banks of the Chippewa River upstream of Durand in Dunn County for the purpose of improving water quality and aquatic habitat. Project area includes 1,400 feet of river bank. Major project elements to include: 1) re-sloping banks, 2) armor banks with fabric, rip-rap and toe installation, 3) revegetation of banks.
Habitat Restoration - Shoreland
The Durand Sportsman's Club proposes to continue with it's efforts to stabalize the banks of the Chippewa River upstream of Durand in Dunn County for the purpose of improving water quality and aquatic habitat. Project area includes 1,400 feet of river bank. Major project elements to include: 1) re-sloping banks, 2) armor banks with fabric, rip-rap and toe installation, 3) revegetation of banks.
 
Watershed
 
Waters