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Moody Lake Alum Treatment

The Moody Lake alum treatment is the final step of a systematic, multi-year diagnostic and implementation planning process the District began in 2011 for reducing watershed loads first and then addressing in-lake internal loads. The reductions in watershed loads combined with the Moody Lake alum treatment will fully achieve the lake’s water quality goal. In order to manage water pH, the alum treatment is split into two phases with the first occurring in fall 2018 and the second in fall 2019.

This project, among other recommended projects, was identified as a result of the Moody Lake Sequential Diagnostic Study and Moody Lake Internal Treatment Options Study.

The CLFLWD received a $100,000 Clean Water Fund (CWF) grant from the Board of Water and Soil Resources (BWSR) for this project. View the latest CWF grant report here.