If your property is within this boundary, you could be eligible for Grant funds to support one of three projects which protect lake water quality.

Low Impact Landscaping

Use of Missouri native plants, terracing, and buffer strips serve to protect soil erosion and storm runoff. To determine eligibility, contact us to receive a free visit from a Trained Volunteer Evaluator. If eligible, our Grant program pays 40% of the first $5,000 (maximum $2,000) and our rip rap partners offer eligible homeowners an additional 10% off the first $5,000 (maximum $500).

Rip Rap To Prevent Shoreline Erosion

Rip rap on unprotected shoreline is one of the best ways of reducing erosion and storm water runoff. To determine eligibility, contact us to receive a free visit from a Trained Volunteer Evaluator. If eligible, our Grant program pays 40% of the first $5,000 (maximum $2,000) and our rip rap partners offer eligible homeowners an additional 10% off the first $5,000 (maximum $500).

Septic System Pumpout

Septic maintenance is important for preserving lake water quality. When your tank is pumped, request a bill showing your name, address, date of the pump out, number of gallons pumped, the price, and paid receipt. If eligible, you can be reimbursed $50 through one of our grant programs.

Contact Us For More Information

Application for Low Impact Landscaping or Rip Rap Grant

adminasst@Lowatershed.org

Donna Swall (573) 434-4400 Director

Bonnie Fern (309) 838-5564 Assistant

Our address is LOWA, PO Box 836, Sunrise Beach, MO  65079

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