The South St. Louis SWCD requested $15,400 in Coastal Nonpoint Implementation funding.This funding assisted us with the implementation of Minnesota’s Lake Superior CoastalNonpoint Pollution Control Program by providing engineering, educational, and technicalassistance throughout the Lake Superior Basin.The grant provided funding for engineering and technical assistance in Carlton, Cook, Lake,North St. Louis and South St. Louis SWCDs. It also provided for increased implementation of the nonpoint programs in the South St. Louis SWCD.
Task 1 Proposed
Provide private landowners with conservation engineering, forestry and other technical
assistance throughout the Lake Superior Basin and Coastal Boundary
This project will addressed the following priority management measures as identified in
Minnesota’s Coastal Nonpoint Program for the Lake Superior Watershed.
Task 1 Completed
Engineering assistance was provided for 27 different projects. The project addressed the
following Coastal Program elements:
Category 5.3: Streambank and Shoreline Erosion, f) Eroding Streambanks and Shorelines, C)Nonregulatory Approach, 1) Economic Incentives & 2) Information Technical AssistanceCategory 3.1: Urban/Rural Runoff, a) & c) New Development & Site Development, C) Nonreglatoryapproach, 2) Information Technical Assistance
Task 2 Proposed
:Implementing Minnesota’s Lake Superior Coastal Nonpoint Program by providing publicinformation/educational activities throughout the Lake Superior Coastal Zone. Specific activitieswill include:Organize and hold one stormwater workshop or tourOrganize and hold at least two wetland and erosion and sediment control workshops forcontractors and local governmentsProduce one newsletter and distribute via newspaperProduce one mailing aimed directly at contractors -
Task 2 Completed
Organize and hold one stormwater workshop or tour
This was not done. This was not completed because as we have held these tours over the pastfew years there has been less interest. More effort was directed towards providing technicalassistance
Organize and hold at least two wetland and erosion and sediment control workshops forcontractors and local governments
This was not done. More effort was directed towards providing technical assistance.