Le Sueur County, as well as many other government agencies, strongly rely on scientific plans and reports to help guide their decisions on water management and other resource management decisions. Without these plans and reports there would be gaps in knowledge about current water quality and biological conditions, where to focus conservation efforts, and what practices should be implemented to improve or protect resources as well as public health.
The documents we most actively utilize are:
- Watershed Restoration and Protection Strategies (WRAPS) Reports
- Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report
- Local Water Management Plan
- One Watershed One Plans (1W1P)