We all know Eagle Mountain Lake – it’s located right in some of our own backyards. However, have you ever heard of the “Eagle Mountain Watershed” or have any knowledge of what that might entail? Well, hopefully this will enlighten some of you as to what the Eagle Mountain Watershed consists of, as well as introduce you to “Save Eagle Mountain Lake”.
Eagle Mountain Lake dam and spillway were completed in October 1932 by the Tarrant County Water Control and Improvement District No. 1 (Water District) for a cost of $3,250,000 of which $1,000,000 was paid for the site.
Watershed Protection Plans (WPPs) are stakeholder-driven strategies to address local water quality issues, such as pollutant sources, practices that address these sources, and coordinating an approach to carry out water quality protection and restoration efforts.
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