Kandi Creek Watershed
Projects and Practices 2016: Laws of MN 2015 First Special Session Chapter 2, Article 7, Section 7
Through the use of in-field and in-channel best management practices, this project will provide an estimated reduction of 542 tons of sediment per year and 801 lbs of phosophorus per year.
LOCAL LEVERAGED FUNDS
For several decades, community members, lake associations, county officials, and local natural resource professionals have targeted Lake Wakanda in Kandiyohi County to improve water quality. This community led team, is working to address conservation issues within the watershed and the deeply degraded waters caused by years of altered hydrology, increased urban stormwater runoff, and increased agricultural pressures. This grant application is a phase I approach to resolving these issues by focusing on watershed management in Kandi Creek, a tributary into Lake Wakanda. This project includes a number of in-field and in-channel best management practices to reduce sediment and nutrient pollution.