Lake Wakanda Plan

Watershed


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LAKE WAKANDA

 Lake Wakanda is a shallow lake located approximately three miles southeast of the city of Willmar. It lies within a chain of lakes including Little Kandiyohi, Kasota,  Minnetaga and Swan, and Big Kandiyohi, which form the headwaters of the South Fork of the Crow River.

Features
• 1,754-Acre Shallow Lake
• Two Bays/Main Basin
• Two Public Accesses
• Chain of Prairie Lakes
• Habitat for Fish & Wildlife• Designated Waterfowl Feeding & Resting Area

 The "Cooperative Enhancement Plan for Lake Wakanda" approved in 2015 that was created collaboratively with residents, the public at large and cooperating agencies: Kandiyohi County, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources, local Soil and Water Conservation District, Crow River Organization of Water, Wakanda and Big Kandiyohi Lake Assoc., Blomkest Sportsmen’s Club and Ducks Unlimited.

Lake Wakanda Lessard Sams Outdoor Heritage Council Appropriation & Accomplishment Plan

Lake Wakanda Enhancement Project in West Central Tribune

Contacts for Lake Wakanda Enhancement Project: 320-320 235-3266
Mel Odens
Jeremy Pfeifer


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