NFCRWD - JD1 Subwatershed Analysis for Targeted Implementation
The District is seeking to further its goals of meeting multipurpose drainage management requirements under its obligations as a 103E drainage authority. Judicial Ditch 1 is the largest system in the District, and proportionally one of the largest contributors of sediment and nutrients to the downstream reaches of the North Fork Crow River. The goal of this project is to target opportunities for projects and practices in the Judicial Ditch 1 watershed that provide measurable improvements to the public drainage system management by reducing peak flows, erosion and sediment, and nutrient loading.
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The enhanced PTMApp data developed through this project will enable the North Fork Croix River Watershed District to target problem sites where practices could be implemented to yield the most effective and efficient, measurable, water quality benefits, w
Project completed as proposed, including collecting data, running PTMApp to targeted subwatershed BMPs, ran BMP suitability tools in GIS, compute attributes of BMP locations, evaluation of storage site potential and a final MPDM plan. FRCRWD received GIS file outputs from contractor. The final plan was submitted to the NFCRWD, this document was added to the attachments in elink and can also be found on the NFCRWD website.
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