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Bone Lake Wetland Restorations

This project proposes the implementation of six wetland restorations located along the tributary identified as the single highest source of phosphorus loading to Bone Lake. These wetland restorations are estimated to reduce watershed phosphorus loads to Bone Lake by at least 50lbs/yr, or 9% of the total load reductions needed for Bone Lake to achieve its in-lake water quality goal. Additionally, the restored wetlands will provide suitable habitat for a diverse assemblage of wetland plants and animals. More information on the wetlands can be found here.


The CLFLWD received a $88,000 Clean Water Fund (CWF) grant from the Board of Water and Soil Resources (BWSR). View the latest CWF grant report here.


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