Eighteenmile Creek Area of Concern (AOC)

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Annual AOC Report Card


Since 2005, the Eighteenmile Creek AOC Report Card has been created by the Remedial Advisory Committee to give a brief overview of the health and current conditions of Eighteenmile Creek. The Report Card lists six indicators related to the creek: Water Quality; Contamination; Fish & Wildlife; Public Access and Recreation; Environmental Education and Public Involvement and; Remedial Action Plan. Each indicator has been divided into several “sub-categories.” Each sub-category has been assigned a letter grade based upon past successes, current health and conditions, and trends over the past 10 years. The Report Card also identifies action steps and immediate concerns to be addressed in order to meet restoration targets for the Area of Concern.













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