14 MILE WATERSHED ALLIANCE

14 MILE WATERSHED ALLIANCE

Working together to improve our watershed

Next 14 Mile Watershed Alliance meeting – October 11 at 2:00 p.m. at the Town Hall

Next regular Tri-Lakes Management District meeting – September 29 at 9:00 a.m. at the Town Hall.

What is the 14 Mile Watershed? – Located primarily in the Central Sand Plains of Wisconsin and includes portions of Adams, Wood, Portage and Waushara counties. This 55,417 acre watershed covers about 38 miles from Plainfield WI on the east end of the watershed to Lake Petenwell on the west end.    Read More

Who We Are – We are a group of motivated citizens that intend to improve the surface and groundwater of the 14 Mile watershed by providing important information and education to encourage public participation.   Read More , and watch the video from our March 12 presentation for Wisconsin Water Week Here

What We Do – The 14 Mile Creek Watershed Committee seeks to achieve measurable improvement in surface and groundwater quality within the 14 Mile Creek Watershed by supporting and implementing sound conservation practices, and educating, and creating partnerships with all stakeholders.   Read More

How You Can Help – There are a variety of ways that you as an individual can positively impact ground and surface water quality in our watershed.   Read More

About the Nine Key Element Plan –  The 14 Mile Watershed Nine Key Element Plan is a comprehensive plan created to improve the ground and surface water within our watershed which lies in parts of 4 counties covering 55,417 acres. Read More

 

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