Lower Fox Watershed
hydrologic unit code 04030204
Key challenges to the Pike-Root watershed
The Lower Fox Watershed covers 638 square miles in Wisconsin. It encompasses Brown, Calumet, Outagamie, and Winnebago Counties. The Lower Fox River originates at the outlet of the Lake Winnebago and flows northeast for 39 miles where it empties into the bay of Green Bay.
Unique Features of the Watershed
Significant Natural Features
Lake Michigan is the source of drinking water for the majority of the population in these counties. Community water utilities treat and distribute Lake Michigan water. These utilities report no contaminant levels exceeding US EPA quality standards.
Wisconsin DNR Overview
Watershed Central wiki
Pike and Root River Watersheds
Pike River Watershed Plan
Root River Watershed Plan
Wind Point Watershed Plan
Oak Creek Watershed Plan
Waukegan River Watershed Plan
Kellogg Creek Watershed Plan
Dead River Watershed Plan
Great Lakes Restoration Initiative
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