Natural Resources Announcements

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has issued a verification letter in response to the preconstruction
notification (PCN) received for the Bretting Shoreline Stabilization Project
under Nationwide Permit (NWP) No. 13 for Bank Stabilization.
In accordance with Section 401 of the Clean Water Act (CWA), the Bad River Band of Lake
Superior Tribe of Chippewa Indians is examining the submitted materials to determine if there
is reasonable assurance—with conditions attached—that the activities associated with this
authorization will be consistent with relevant water quality considerations. (Read More)
 
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has issued a verification letter in response to the preconstruction
notification (PCN) received for the Bretting Shoreline Stabilization Project
under Nationwide Permit (NWP) No. 13 for Bank Stabilization. (Read More)
The Tribe seeks comments on the proposed antidegradation decision related to the Madigan Loop
Emergency Response for Federally-Owned Roads (ERFO) Project, which involves replacing two culverts,
widening approximately 351 feet of existing road, removing approximately 975 feet of unsafe road, and
all the clearing, grubbing, grading, aggregate base placement, and drainage work associated with these
main activities. (Read More)

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On July 6, 2011, The Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians adopted Water Quality Standards (WQS). One of the three componentes of the WQS is an antidegradation policy, which protects existing uses and prevents clean waters from being unnecessarily degraded. (Read More)

The Tribe seeks comments on the proposed antidegradation decision related to the Denomie Bridge
Emergency Response for Federally-Owned Roads (ERFO) Project, which installing riprap under the bridge
where Maple Street crossed over Denomie Creek to replace lost fill and protect the bridge from future
high-water events. (Read More)

Beach Monitoring Public Notice 2018.pdf - Revised

The Tribe seeks comments on the proposed antidegradation decision related to the Lake Birch Road
Project, which involves replacing four culverts, widening and restoring the existing road bed, ditching,
placement of ditch checks, and all associated grubbing, grading, and placement of aggregate this work
entails. (Read More)

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The Tribe seeks comments on the proposed antidegradation decision related to the Falls Road Culvert
Project, which involves replacing two failed culverts, restoring the existing road bed, ditching, and all
associated grubbing, grading, and placement of aggregate this work entails. (Read More)

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