Main Page | Program Search | Project Search
Back to Conservation Partners Legacy Grant Program


Lilly Pond Restoration


Description


The proposal includes full reconstruction of a earthern berm with outlet structure. Approximately 10 feet of the existing corregated metal pipe on the downstream side of the berm has rusted and fallen off. This now shorter pipe on the downstream side of the berm generates increase velocity and has created a scour hole which is eroding back into the embankment. The riser pipe in the wetland pool has also rusted and stop logs can no longer be held to manage the pool within the wetland. The berm is leaking and the wetland pool will go completely dry by July of each year. The berm will be fully removed to replace the drop pipe structure, anti-seep collar and conduit. The earthen berm will be raised two feet and a new emergency spillway will be constructed. Native grass seed mix will be used on all exposed soil including the berm.


Program Conservation Partners Legacy Grant Program

Status Completed

Dates 09/15/2011 - 06/30/2014

Project Manager Brian Watson


Grant Recipient Dakota County SWCD

Grant Recipient Type Local/Regional Government Unit

Primary Funding Source(s) Outdoor Heritage Fund

Grant Amount $15,000

Expended $15,000

Statutory Reference M.L. 2016, Chp. 172, Art. 1, Sec. 2, Subd. 5(K)


Management Unit(s) Other

Habitat(s) Wetland

Activity Type(s) Restoration/Enhancement

Primary County Dakota

Outcomes


Latest Indicator Number of acres restored

Target 15 Acres

Measurement 15 Acres

Target Summary FY11 Grantees have until June 30, 2014 to complete their projects. Overall, CPL grantees are on track to meet their target # of acres and in some cases exceed those acres.