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The Drywood Creek Dam Removal Project, with planning that started in 2015, was finally completed the 3rd week of October 2018! The project broke ground last year and started with the removal of a failed dam from the 1970’s whose flanking had increased erosion. The project not only aimed to remove the Dam but also...
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River Run has been rescheduled for Friday, July 27th After a fantastic turn out at our first 2018 River Run in Morris we are happy to announce our 2nd Pomme de Terre River Run for another 4 mile stretch of the river meeting at: Tipsinsah Mounds Campground ( 26527 Tipsinah Mounds Rd.,Elbow Lake, MN  56531)...
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June 28th, 2018 Pomme de Terre River Run Yesterday was a perfect day for paddling! 39 total paddlers took to the Pomme de Terre River to explore 6 miles of the local stretch of river through the Dolven Wildlife Management Area to the Pomme de Terre Park in Morris, MN. An amazing mix of generations,...
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Registration Closed We are getting our kayaks and canoes out on June 28th to explore a stretch of the Pomme de Terre River! Our first stretch this year will be held on June 28th, meeting at 9:30AM at the Pomme de Terre Campground in Morris. Details with map below! Lunch will be included! Please RSVP...
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PdTRA is back in the field for a summer of water quality monitoring! 2018 will be the second, and last, season for collecting water quality data throughout the watershed for the development of our second cycle Watershed Restoration and Protection Strategy Report (WRAPS). The first cycle took place in 2007 and this second cycle (that...
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The Pomme de Terre River Association is currently undergoing a round of Intensive Watershed Monitoring for 30+ stream, river, and lake sites within our watershed to gain valuable data on water quality that will be incorporated into a Watershed Restoration and Protection Strategy. Of course, PdTRA is not alone. A number of local residence within the...
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PDTRA is now looking to hire a Part-Time Seasonal Water Quality Technician to collect water quality data in the Pomme de Terre Watershed for the 2018 field season! The Water Quality Monitoring Technician for the Pomme de Terre River Association (PDTRA) is a seasonal field position (late May 1st – Late September) responsible for collecting...
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