A major project taking aim at erosion issues near the community bridge has been completed.
Donna Swall, executive director for the Lake of the Ozarks Watershed Alliance (LOWA), says funding provided by the Clean Water Act made installation of rip-rap possible in the area which has lost more than 60-feet of shoreline over the past 25 years.
The project, according to Swall, is just the beginning of a much larger project here at the lake…
Water quality assessments at the community bridge were done before and after the installation of the rip rap.
More information on LOWA or the overall project, you can check on online at www.Lowatershed.org.