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DNR Sets Protective Elevation for White Bear Lake
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has established a protective elevation for White Bear Lake, located in Ramsey and Washington counties. A protective elevation is a regulatory measure used to trigger changes in water appropriations to prevent undue harm to a lake.
The protective elevation is intended to protect and maintain fish and wildlife habitat and support recreational uses of the lake. However, people should understand that a protective elevation is not a fixed level that is maintained or minimum level that is guaranteed. Lake levels are driven by several factors and fluctuate. Indeed, White Bear Lake’s long term ecological health depends upon variation in water level within the lake’s historic range.


 
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7,400 Pounds of Phosphorus Removed From Lakes - About 7,400 pounds of weed-feeding phosphorus was diverted from reaching our waterways last year, according to the 2014 State of the Lakes annual report, released this week. That’s significant, because every pound of phosphorus can produce 500 pounds of lake algae.


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