The District has monitored its lakes and streams since its inception. It participates in the Metropolitan Council’s Watershed Outlet Monitoring Program (WOMP) for both Carnelian and Silver Creeks.
With the inclusion of the Marine Watershed Management Organization area, the District assumed responsibility for over 20 spring creeks tributary to the St. Croix River and now monitors a total of 31 lakes and is gradually increasing the number of streams under its monitoring program. The trends established through monitoring become instrumental in both setting priorities and evaluating performance of its Focused Watershed Management Program.
|Draft 2013 Stream Study Update||1.27 MB|
|CMSCWD Monitoring 2012.pdf||345.76 KB|
|2011 appendix b.pdf||282.97 KB|
|2009 Water Monitoring Report.pdf||3.6 MB|
|2009 Historic Data and Lake Grades.pdf||353.8 KB|
|2009 Lake Date Part1.pdf||6.51 MB|
|2009 Lake Data Part2.pdf||7.53 MB|
|2008 Water Monitoring Report.pdf||1.11 MB|
|2008 Stream Macroinvertebrate Data.pdf||81.68 KB|
|2008 Lake Data Part1.pdf||6.26 MB|
|2008 Lake Data Part2.pdf||6.44 MB|