Ditch 14/Lambert Creek Engineering: Historic & Current Efforts

Lambert Creek/Ditch 14 and its branch ditches have a long and interesting story. To understand how the system works in its entirety, this page was created to list documents that give an understanding of how Ditch 14 came to be, and how it exists in the present.

Click here for the 2018 hydrology and hydraulic survey presentation

History of Lambert Creek video

Ditch 14 Maintenance Projects

Studies: Lambert Creek

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Heritage Hall Bioswale

A large raingarden/bio-swale at the offices of the City of Gem Lake.

White Bear Montessori Raingarden

A rundown of the White Bear Montessori 2016 raingarden project.

NOHOA Bioswale

A bioswale retrofit in partnership with the North Oaks Home Owner's Association and Minnesota Water Stewards.

Whitaker Pond Biochar Stormwater Filter

A surface water filter targeting pollutants that enter Lambert Creek during high water levels.

Goodwill Development & Wetland Mitigation

This commercial development took place on a property with a historically degraded wetland, and includes a proactive stormwater plan that benefits the watershed.

Lambert Lake Pond and Meander

An effort to restore floodplain storage, sediment dispersal, and treat high E. coli levels.
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