Watershed Assessment Reports

Core Creek Watershed Implementation Plan Update

This 2017 update to the 2005 Watershed Implementation Plan was funded by the Clean Water Act Section 319 program. The report identifies an extensive list of projects that offer opportunities to reduce the transport of nutrients and sediments throughout the watershed to Core Creek, and ultimately, Lake Luxembourg and Neshaminy Creek.

 

Lake Nockamixon Aquatic Plant Survey

This survey was completed in June 2017 as part of the District's lake monitoring program and evaluates the native and invasive plant community present in Bucks County's largest reservoir.

 

 

 

North Branch Neshaminy Creek photoLake Galena & North Branch Neshaminy Watershed Implementation Plan

This project was funded by the Clean Water Act Section 319 program to update the North Branch Neshaminy Creek and Lake Galena watershed management plan. The project report identifies an extensive list of practices to reduce the transport of nutrients and sediments throughout the watershed to the North Branch Neshaminy Creek, and ultimately, Lake Galena.

 

Cooks Run Watershed AssessmentsCooks Run photo

The Cooks Run Assessment reports, prepared for the Bucks County Conservation District by Aqua Link, describe the findings of the Cooks Run watershed assessment including recommendations for improved stormwater management and streambank restoration. The Phase I Assessment Report covers the watershed area north of Route 611, and Phase II covers the portion of the watershed south of Route 611.

 

Core Creek photo

Core Creek Watershed Implementation Plan

The purpose of this 2005 study was to update the Restoration and Management Plan for Lake Luxembourg and Core Creek due to substantial changes in land use in the watershed. This plan was funded by the Clean Water Act Section 319 program, and completed for the Bucks County Conservation District by Princeton Hydro.



Bradford Lake & Little Neshaminy Creek Watershed Assessment

Bradford Lake photo

This report describes the findings of a comprehensive assessment of the Bradford Lake watershed, which includes Bradford Lake and its major tributaries, the Little Neshaminy Creek and two unnamed tributaries. The project was funded through the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection's Growing Greener grant program. The plan was completed for the Bucks County Conservation District by Aqua Link, Inc.



Mill Creek watershed photoMill (Otter) Creek Watershed Assessment

With funding provided by Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection's Growing Greener grant program, Bucks County Conservation District selected Aqua Link, Inc. to prepare a comprehensive lake and watershed management plan to improve and further protect the water quality of streams and County-owned lakes within the Mill (Otter) Creek watershed.