The next in a series of webinars providing information on an ongoing lakeshore TMDL (total maximum daily load) study is scheduled for 10 a.m. Wednesday (March 24).

The state Department of Natural Resources says the webinar will “provide an overview of the draft baseline loads from the watershed model and a summary of the allocation process.”

A TMDL is the calculation of the maximum amount of a pollutant allowed to enter a water body so that the water body will meet and continue to meet water quality standards for that particular pollutant.

The DNR is currently wrapping up a four-year TMDL study of watersheds along the Lake Michigan shoreline, including the Ahnapee, Kewaunee, East Twin and West Twin rivers in Kewaunee County.

The DNR says a recorded version of the presentation will be available on the NE Lakeshore TMDL webpage after the webinar. A comment period on the draft watershed model report will follow this webinar. Additional details about the comment period will be provided when the report becomes available.

Registration is not required. Access the webinar using this link:

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