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OKABENA-OCHEDA WATERSHED DISTRICT

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When that material accumulates, it turns into a rock-like wad of impermeable dirt that water can’t easily get through.
The fish reportedly died from low oxygen levels due to high temps and low water levels in late July.
“I’m not sure what our chances of getting a grant our first year are. We’re in competition with everybody else.”
Carp Solutions now plans to complete a report for the Okabena-Ocheda Watershed District based on the data it gathered.
The long-term goal of the project is to keep gravel from washing into the lake, and increase parking overall.
Boaters reminded to clean, drain and dry watercraft.

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Feeding begins on Monday for second trapping event.
Watershed members tour dredging operation at Redwood Falls, ponder dredging options for portions of Lake Okabena.
The next board meeting will be at 4 p.m. on August 2, in the Nobles County Public Works building meeting room, located at 960 Diagonal Road, Worthington.

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