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Stream monitoring

  • Stream sites are monitored monthly, from March through October.
  • Data collected
    • Total phosphorus
    • Inorganic nitrogen
    • Bacteria (E. coli)
    • Total suspended solids (sediment).

There are five sub-watersheds within Carver County Water Management Organization. Use the interactive maps below for monitoring data on each sub-watershed. 

 Bevens Creek
   Carver Creek 
    Crow River
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   Crow river screen shot

 East Chaska Creek
    West Chaska Creek    


Additional agencies involved in monitoring lakes and streams in Carver County include the Metropolitan Councils Watershed Monitoring Program and Citizen-Assisted Monitoring Program, Citizen Lake Monitoring Program, Carver County Environmental Services, Carver County Soil and Water Conservation District, and the Minnesota Department of Agriculture.