- Public Notice: Proposed CWA Section 401 Certification of the Army Corps’ authorization for Enbridge Projects
- Public Notice: Proposed Antidegradation Decision related to pipeline work proposed on Enbridge Line 5
- Public Notice: TransCanada Sink Hole Mitigation Project
- Public Notice: NWP verification for the TransCanada Sink Hole Mitigation Project
- Public Notice: Sucker Creek Tributary Culvert Project
- Anti-degradation Demonstration for Outstanding Resource Waters (Tier 2.5 Waters) and for Exceptional Resource Waters (Tier 2 Waters)
PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT On July 6, 2011, the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Tribe of Chippewa Indians adopted Water Quality Standards (WQS) aligned with the Clean Water Act. One of the three key components of the WQS is the designated uses that describe the Tribe’s management objectives for Reservation waters. The wild rice designated use applies to surface waters that support, or have the potential to support, wild rice habitat. For more information on WQS, (click here).
The Bad River Tribe’s Natural Resources Department developed a map to illustrate the applicability of the antidegradation tiers within the Reservation and to display the waters with the wild rice designated use. (Map link)