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Tag: Planning Assistance to States
  • April

    Planning Assistance to States: River Falls Hydroelectric Project

    This project is to assist the city of River Falls, Wisconsin in the development of a comprehensive plan to assess the proposed relicensing of the Junction Falls Development and the decommissioning and removal of the dam at the Powell Falls Development. Both developments are part of the River Falls Hydroelectric Project. Both the Junction Falls Development and the Powell Falls Development are located along the Kinnickinnic River in the city of River Falls, in Pierce County, Wisconsin
  • March

    Planning Assistance to States: Mississippi River Water Level Management

    In April 2017, the Upper Mississippi River Water Level Management Workshop facilitated discussion about interest and ability in achieving routine, systemic, large-scale water level management – i.e., what that would look like, associated challenges, and recommendations for partnership engagement and action.
  • Planning Assistance to States (PAS): Upper Red River Watershed

    The Red River of the North rises in Lake Traverse near Wheaton, Minnesota, and flows north towards Canada and ultimately to Lake Winnipeg. The Upper Red River Watershed has been identified as a priority for identifying and prioritizing wetland restoration opportunities. The watershed faces a number of significant natural resources challenges, including major losses of historic wetlands and alteration of streams which have contributed to increased flooding, water quality impairments, and loss of habitat.
  • September

    Planning Assistance to States: Souris Basin Study

    Unprecedented flooding in the Souris River Basin in 2011 has focused attention on review of the water control structure operating plan during flood events. This study area will include the entire Souris River Basin to its confluence with the Assiniboine River and will encompass the key water control reservoirs: Rafferty, Alameda, Boundary and Lake Darling. The study will look at the geographical limits of the basin in the provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba and the state of North Dakota.
  • March

    Red Cedar Basin Assessment to Improve Water Quality

    The study, titled “Red Cedar Basin Assessment to Improve Water Quality”, is located in the Red Cedar River Basin, which drains a 1,893 square-mile area in west-central Wisconsin, and includes parts of Barron, Chippewa, Dunn, Polk, Rusk, Sawyer, St. Croix and Washburn Counties.