January 2023 Projects

Three-Mile Lake Restoration Project

Three-Mile Lake is an 880-acre multi-purpose reservoir located in rural southern Iowa. The lake was constructed in 1995 with a main focus of providing public drinking water to 30 towns and over 13,000 rural water customers. In addition to a public water supply source, the lake offers many recreational opportunities... Read More

Pymatuning Fish Habitat Project

Pymatuning Reservoir is the largest impoundment in Pennsylvania at 17,088 acres. With 70 miles of shoreline along the reservoir, PA DCNR is responsible for maintaining over 42 miles. The lake also includes 28 miles of shoreline in the state of Ohio. The reservoir was built on what used to be... Read More

Mark Twain Lake Fish Habitat Project

Authorized by the Flood Control Act of 28 June 1938, Clarence Cannon Dam and Mark Twain Lake is a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers civil works project located in Northeast Missouri. Its authorized purposes are for flood risk management in the Salt River Basin, hydroelectric power generation, water supply, fish... Read More

Old Hickory Reservoir Habitat Improvement

This project benefits the habitat of Old Hickory Reservoir, which is a 22,500-acre mainstem reservoir on the Cumberland River. Specifically, this project will be restoring altered habitat by adding 420 artificial habitat structures in key areas relative to different patterns in bass movement throughout the year. Additionally, 10 large rock... Read More

Lake Shelbyville Illinois Habitat Development

This multi-faceted project supports the National Fish Habitat Partnership (NFHP) Priorities: Protect Intact Healthy Waters, (i.e. Nutrient Absorption, Erosion Control, and Habitat Development), through LSFHA’s and partners’: Rock Pile Clusters, Aquatic Plant Plantings, Floating Islands, Shelbyville Cubes, Georgia Cubes, Artificial Stumps, Shoreline Rock Revetment, and Dredging. Restore Hydrologic Conditions For... Read More