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Jeff W. Frith

Manager

DEVILS LAKE BASIN JOINT BOARD

Direct Phone: (701) ***-****direct phone

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DEVILS LAKE BASIN JOINT BOARD

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Influx of water keeps tourism dollars flowing on Devils Lake, but could flood thousands of acres | West Fargo Pioneer

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At current lake levels, every 1-foot rise in elevation floods about 10,000 acres of land, said Jeff Frith, manager of the Devils Lake Joint Water Resource Board.
An extremely wet summer and fall last year throughout the basin and heavy precipitation in December and early January had forecasters expecting the worst, he said. "It was awfully concerning at that time, and when the initial lake forecast came out in early January and we're looking at the possibility of a 3- to 4-foot rise, you're just going, ugh," Frith said. A 4-foot increase would have put the lake near the record elevation of 1,454.3 feet set June 27, 2011. Devils Lake at Creel Bay was at an elevation of 1,451.51 feet on Friday, April 21, and likely will rise another foot or so, Frith said. Marginal precipitation since January and a relatively slow melt helped stem the increase, he said. "We've come up about a foot since the runoff started this spring, so you're looking at about a 10,000-acre impact right around the lake anyway," Frith said. Jeff Frith, Devils Lake Joint Water Resource Board chairman.4 / 6 At current lake levels, every 1-foot rise in elevation floods about 10,000 acres of land, said Jeff Frith, manager of the Devils Lake Joint Water Resource Board. An extremely wet summer and fall last year throughout the basin and heavy precipitation in December and early January had forecasters expecting the worst, he said. "It was awfully concerning at that time, and when the initial lake forecast came out in early January and we're looking at the possibility of a 3- to 4-foot rise, you're just going, ugh," Frith said. A 4-foot increase would have put the lake near the record elevation of 1,454.3 feet set June 27, 2011. Devils Lake at Creel Bay was at an elevation of 1,451.51 feet on Friday, April 21, and likely will rise another foot or so, Frith said. Marginal precipitation since January and a relatively slow melt helped stem the increase, he said. "We've come up about a foot since the runoff started this spring, so you're looking at about a 10,000-acre impact right around the lake anyway," Frith said.


Board of Directors | The Devils Lake Basin Joint Water Resource Board

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Jeff Frith, Business Manager


Staff Contact Information | The Devils Lake Basin Joint Water Resource Board

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Jeff Frith
Jeff Frith, Board Manager E-mail: manager@dlbasin.com Phone: 701-662-7076 Cell: 701-739-7344


Test Project | The Devils Lake Basin Joint Water Resource Board

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For more information please contact Jeff Frith, Manager of the Devils Lake Basin Joint Water Resource Board.


Board of Directors | The Devils Lake Basin Joint Water Resource Board

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Jeff Frith, Business Manager


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