CERP Project:
Miccosukee Tribe Water Management Plan

The Miccosukee Tribe Water Management Plan pertains to constructing a managed wetland on the Tribe's Reservation in western Broward County. It would also provide water storage capacity and water quality enhancement for tribal reservation waters, which discharge from tribal lands downstream into the Everglades Protection Area.

The project converts 900 acres of tribally owned cattle pasture into a wetland retention/detention area on the Miccosukee Tribe's Alligator Alley Reservation and includes a pump station, levees, trenches and culverts to create the inflow and outflow facilities for the retention/detention area to filter out harmful nutrients contained in stormwater runoff before entering the Everglades Protection Area.

Project Details:

Project Sponsor:

Miccosukee Tribe

Project Schedule:

For scheduling information regarding this project, please see the Master Implementation Sequencing Plan (MISP).

Project Phase:

Pre-Construction, Engineering and Design

Design Agreement:


CERP Component Designation:


Project Cooperation Agreement:



WRDA 2000 (Programmatic Authority)


Project Contacts:

Michael Collis
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers