2017 - One Watershed One Plan (Red Lake WD)
One Watershed One Plan Planning Grants provide funding and assistance for the development of a multi-jurisdictional, watershed-scale water plan.
[One Watershed One Plan 2017] (j) $2,100,000 the first year and $2,100,000 the second year are for assistance, oversight, and grants to local governments to transition local water management plans to a watershed approach as provided for in Minnesota Statutes, chapters 103B, 103C, 103D, and 114D.
Grantee submitted a detailed project plan and work plan. Key milestones included selection of a plan consultant; establishment of committees, notifications, and an initial planning meeting; creation of a draft plan; formal plan review and public hearing; approval of the plan by BWSR; local adoption; and grant reporting.
All proposed work plan actvities completed, resulting in the completion and adoption of a comprehensive watershed management plan.
LOCAL LEVERAGED FUNDS