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Rocky River Watershed

The Rocky River Watershed is an 112,144-acre watershed located in the northwest corner of St. Joseph County, the southwest corner of Kalamazoo County, the northeast corner of Cass County, and the southeast corner of Van Buren County. The Rocky River Watershed is approved under the CMI administrative rules and was funded under section 319. A significant portion of the watershed is agricultural, with growing urban areas. This project repaired and/or reduced sediment, nutrients, hydrology, temperature, pesticides, and pathogens to enhance and protect the water quality now and in the future.  

 

Rocky River Watershed Planning Project fact sheet  

 

Watershed Management Plan (5 MB PDF)  

 

The Rocky River is a sub-watershed of the St. Joseph River Watershed.  The St. Joseph River Watershed Management Plan can be found here http://www.fotsjr.org/www.stjoeriver.net

This page last updated on 11/6/2013.
 
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