What’s going on at DLWID?
Lake Conservation Aeration Project Two Year Update
Long-standing concerns in the watershed that affect Devils Lake continue to be ongoing inputs of creek borne, E-coli bacteria from Thompson and Rock Creeks, historical and on-going lake-wide inputs of nitrogen and phosphorus from residential septic systems, increasing sedimentation, erosion, storm water inputs, intermittent cyanobacteria blooms, and the threat of the return of nuisance aquatic plants. The Devils Lake Water Improvement District, after a lengthy period of research and committee/board discussion, agreed to fund an updated and comprehensive study to characterize the quality of Devils Lake as a primary source of habitat and recreational opportunity
Read DLWID’s Two Year Update Document Here