Freshwater Mussels of Money and Six Mile Creeks, McLean County, Illinois

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For the past six years, The Lake Bloomington Partnership Project has focused on wetland construction and nitrogen management conservation practices to improve local drinking water quality, environmental protection, and agricultural sustainability in two drinking water supply watersheds of the Mackinaw River, near Bloomington, Illinois (Money Creek and Six Mile Creek). In 2017, a project funded by The Nature Conservancy was completed to establish a baseline for interpreting the impact of water quality modifications on fresh water mussels in these drainages. These surveys will provide comprehensive results for the entire watershed for Six Mile and Money creeks.
Original languageEnglish (US)
PublisherIllinois Natural History Survey
StatePublished - Nov 15 2017

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NameINHS Technical Report 2017 (33)


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