2018 Marshall County Multipurpose Drainage Management Grant

Project Details by Fiscal Year
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$44,800
Fund Source
Clean Water Fund
Recipient
Marshall SWCD
Recipient Type
Local/Regional Government
Status
Proposed
Start Date
January 2018
End Date
December 2020
Activity Type
Grants/Contracts
Counties Affected
Marshall
Legal Citation / Subdivision
Laws of Minnesota 2017, Chapter 91, Article 2, Section 7 (j) (BWSR Multipurpose Drainage Management 2018)
Appropriation Language

$750,000 the first year and $750,000 the second year are for technical assistance and grants for the conservation drainage program in consultation with the Drainage Work Group, coordinated under Minnesota Statutes, section 103B.101, subdivision 13, that includes projects to improve multipurpose water management under Minnesota Statutes, section 103E.015.

2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$44,800
Other Funds Leveraged
$0
Direct expenses
$44,800
Administration costs
$0
Proposed Measurable Outcome(s)

Marshall SWCD will continue to work cooperatively with the Middle-Snake-Tamarac Rivers Watershed District Ditch Authority and the
landowners involved to reduce erosion and sedimentation, reduce peak flows and flooding, improve water
quality and protect drainage system efficiency for priority Chapter 103E drainage systems by installing ten sites for grade stabilizations implementation. The priority Chapter 103E drainage system is State Ditch 3. The ten priority State Ditch 3 locations were targeted from the Middle-Snake-Tamarac Rivers Watershed District staff. These ten sites have either significant erosion issues on the outlets of the existing Side Water Inlets (SWIs) and/or the existing culverts have snapped in two and are no longer effective. The estimated annual reduction in sediment being delivered to Snake River which outlets directly into the Red River of the North is 240 tons per year for the entire project.
Marshall SWCD has already been proactive in selecting locations where multipurpose drainage
management practices are needed to reduce soil loss, eliminate sediment deposition in the impaired ditch
systems, improve water quality, and reduce maintenance costs with the installation of close to 100 NRCS Conservation
Practice Code 410 practices over the past five years.

Source of Additional Funds

LOCAL LEVERAGED FUNDS

Recipient Board Members
Members for Marshall SWCD are: Carl Green, Duane Potucek, Leif Aakre, Stuart Nordling, Wallace Bengtson
Project Details

State Ditch 3 outlets into the Snake River, which outlets directly into the Red River of the North which is on the TMDL Impaired Waters List for Turbidity. Marshall Soil and Water Conservation Ditch is targeting sediment using 10 grade stabilization Structures and side inlets.

Project Manager
First Name
Darren
Last Name
Carlson
Organization Name
Marshall SWCD
Street Address
410 S 5th St Ste 106
City
Hallock
State
MN
Zip Code
56728
Phone
218-843-2619 x 3
Email
darren.carlson@mn.nacdnet.net
Competitive Grant Making Body
Advisory Group Members and Qualifications
Conflict of Interest Disclosed
No
Conflict of Interest Contact

Wayne Zellmer