Friday, August 5th, 2022
Photo by Ryan Snyder/The Daily Standard

The Burntwood-Langenkamp area, Grand Lake's first upstream treatment train, will consist of three wetlands, several acres of new trees and a large buffer area of planted grasses that will slow the flow of water, trap, filter and remove excess pollutants before they can run into the lake.

Related online story:
Roughly 25 people, including representatives of county environmental offices and members of the Langenkamp family, attended the public opening of the Burntwood-Langenkamp Wetland Conservation project on Thursday. [More]
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