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PDT River News
Monitoring the quality of water within our natural river system is very important in determining whether the water is suitable for fishing, swimming, and biological life. In 2014, the river association received a Federal 319 grant to collect water samples, during the 2016 and 2017 field seasons, on Pelican Creek (160th St.), Muddy Creek (490th...
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Rain Garden
What a year 2015 has been for the Pomme de Terre River Association (PDTRA). Through funding from the Clean Water, Federal 319, and County Funds the association, in terms of conservation, has had a tremendously successful year. The beginning of the year started out with a bang as we received $387,146.00 from the states Clean...
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The Pomme de Terre River Association, along with many watershed residents, canoed down the river this past July. Everyone had a blast even though they had to put up with Jared’s random ecology comments.
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Last winter we visited the Morris Area High School to assist in the creation of table top stream models. The high school students were then able to share their new found knowledge with some 1st graders.
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A presentation about water quality was given at the Morris Elementary School’s science fair last year. Students jumped when Jared ignited a ballon filled with hydrogen in order to demonstrate the inefficiency of creating water.
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In 2012, the Pomme de Terre River Association, along with several partners, installed stream barbs (Rock structures) at the Mill Dam in Morris, MN. These barbs divert the rivers energy away from the shoreline and back to the middle of the channel.
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