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Post-Treatment Monitoring

After the September 2006 rotenone treatment of Diamond Lake, water quality standards are now being met for the first time in many years, and a productive trout fishery is being restored to meet fish management goals. Monitoring results through 2010 showed that Diamond Lake recovered rapidly in virtually all respects.

Keeping the lake healthy is a top priority for ODFW, the Umpqua National Forest, and the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, and monitoring Diamond Lake is key to meeting this goal. These agencies have committed to long-term monitoring of the lake’s health, water quality, fish composition, and surrounding flora and fauna.

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