Dredging Materials

A lot of information about the dredging project has covered the work that occurs on the lake. But what happens to the sediment after it is removed from Lake Roaming Rock?

After material is removed from the lake, it is transported to our site off of Crosby-Cook Rd to dewater (dry).

Recently dredged material from Fisherman's Cove being dumped. Background: Dried material being moved.

Recently dredged material from Fisherman’s Cove being dumped. Background: Dried material being moved.

Above is the material that has been removed from the lake so far this year. It is currently in the process of dewatering (drying). Once the material has dried, it will be added to the pile of dried material.

Foreground: Material to dry Background: Reclaimed material being moved to dry pile.

Foreground: Material to dry
Background: Reclaimed material being moved to dry pile.

Material from Plum Creek

Material removed from Plum Creek lake year.

The above material is of the reclaimed material from last year that is now ready for RRA projects.

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