Douglas SWCD is holding a public meeting to share the findings from a feasibility study completed on County Ditch 23, a DNR Aquatic Management Area that the ditch flows through, and the subwatershed to Lake Ida. The goal of the study was to identify the source and amount of phosphorus leaving the ditch system and entering Lake Ida. An engineer from Barr Engineering Co. will be presenting the information. Also to be discussed is what action the Douglas SWCD plans to take to address the phosphors.
Date: November 19th
Time: 2:00 – 4:00 PM
Location: Ida Town Hall
Address: 4700 County Road 6 NW
Garfield, MN 56332
For additional information please contact our office and ask for Danielle.
320-763-3191 x 3
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