CD 10 BMP Inventory - Implementation #2
There has been a lack of maintenance on CD 10, a 16 mile long ditch in Wright County, since its establishment in 1906. A system wide repair is planned for 2021. The CD 10 drainage system constitutes the headwaters for several impaired waterbodies. The goal of this project is to implement 34 alternative side inlet control structures in conjunction with the system wide repair that will reduce downstream sediment and phosphorus loads. Sediment and phosphorus reductions are estimated to be 43 tons/year and 73 pounds/year, respectively. Other eligible practices will be considered depending on site specific information obtained during project development.
(Multipurpose Drainage Management)(j) $850,000 the first year and $850,000 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.
Each ASIC is estimated to reduce 1.26 tons sediment/year and 2.15 lbs TP/year to Lake Ann. Implementation of 34 ASIC?s would reduce sediment loads by 42.82 tons/year and TP loads by 73.1 lbs/year to Lake Ann.
LOCAL LEVERAGED FUNDS