Together improving, protecting, and preserving the water quality in Moses Lake and our greater watershed for present and future generations.
Harmful algal blooms can and do occasionally occur during summer months which impairs our ability to use and play in Moses Lake, poses a risk to public health and the health of pets and livestock, and has raised concerns about associated economic impacts.
Thank you for your input!
The Moses Lake Community Use and Perceptions survey collected the opinions of 1,142 unique
individuals between Aug. 15 and Sept. 12, 2020. Conducted at the behest of the Grant
County Conservation District, this project examines how people use the lake, the importance of
the lake to the local economy, and the ways the lake provides value to the community.
Moses Lake Watershed Council meetings are held on the third Tuesday of every month from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm.
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A Community Effort
Thank you to the Moses Lake Watershed Council members and community partners who are working to identify and facilitate community-led efforts to improve, protect, and preserve water quality in Moses Lake and the greater watershed for present and future generations.