The Leaf, Wing, Redeye, 1W1P partnership has been working on implementation of the Leaf, Wing, Redeye One Watershed, One Plan for several months and the first Policy Committee review of progress is due. The Policy Committee will be meeting November 8th, 2021 to review progress and discuss future activities.
The Leaf, Wing, Redeye 1W1P was approved on August 26th, 2020 by the Board of Water and Soil Resources. The final plan is intended to provide a guide to local resource professionals, including SWCD and county staff, on where to spend their time and money to get the best results. Please see below for the plan and supporting documents that were developed as part of the plan.
Leaf, Wing, Redeye One Watershed One Plan- This final document outlines the priority issues, areas, and practices within the watershed. It is intended to guide and track our progress improving water quality over the next ten years (until 2031).
Watershed Based Implementation Funding (WBIF) request- This document and application was submitted to BWSR to provide a guide for how we will be spending this specific grant to fulfill the Leaf, Wing, Redeye One Watershed One Plan.
Final Signed Implementation MOA
All the planning documents are now housed here in a google drive for your convenience.
All the planning presentations from state agency partners are housed here.
Implementation Team Agendas and Minutes
Planning Team Agendas and Minutes
Funding for this project was provided by the Clean Water, Land, and Legacy Amendment. For more information see this and this webpage.
Photos of the Redeye River and activities in the watershed
Redeye Photos Gallery