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The Vermillion River Watershed includes the Vermillion River main stem, four major tributaries, many unnamed streams, and several lakes.

The watershed traverses two counties and all or part of 20 cities and townships. We developed maps that illustrate important features of the watershed that affect its water resources – such as location and percent impervious surface (parking lots, roads, concrete) or location of all publicly owned land. Searching a map can be a great way to get to know the watershed.

Topography

Maps Topography
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Hydrologic Soil Groups

Maps Hydrologic Soil Groups
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Hydric Soils

Maps Hydric Soils
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High Infiltration Soils

Maps High Infiltration Soils
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Highly Erodible Soils

Maps Highly Erodible Soils
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Prime Farmland Soils

Prime Farmland Soils
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Surficial Geology

Maps Surficial Geology
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Bedrock Geology

Maps Bedrock Geology
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Depth To Bedrock

Maps Publicly Owned Lands
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Aggregate Sand Resources

Maps Aggregate Sand Resources
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Recreational Lakes

Maps Recreational Lakes
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Impaired Waters

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DNR Protected Waters

Maps DNR Protected Waters Inventory
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Wetlands

Maps Wetlands
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Per Capita Water Use

Maps Per Capita Water Use
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Water Use

Maps Water Use
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1984 Land Use

Maps 1984 Land Use
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2000 Land Use

Maps 2000 Land Use
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2010 Land Use

Maps 2010 Land Use
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2030 Future Land Use

Maps 2030 Future Land Use
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Impervious Surface

Maps Publicly Owned Lands
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Publicly Owned Lands

Maps Impervious Surface
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Land Conservation

Maps Land Conservation
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Monitoring Network

Maps Monitoring Network
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