Kewaunee County residents can weigh in on its 10-year land and water resource management plan next Tuesday. The plan takes a look at the issues facing the county including groundwater, surface water, and the impact of manure spreading has in the area. The final report is the result of months of public participation, which included an online survey and other meetings. Kewaunee County Land and Water Conservation Committee Chair Chuck Wagner says the plan includes specifics when it comes to accountability.
The ten-year land and water resource management plan gets an update at five years. The public hearing is scheduled to take place at 10 a.m. following the regular Land and Water Conservation committee meeting held at the department’s headquarters in Luxemburg.