Kinni River Corridor Project

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The Kinni lies in the northern part of the geologic region called the Driftless Area, 24,000 square miles of unglaciated land in Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, and Minnesota. This area is recognized nationally for an abundance of trout streams. That said, the Kinnickinnic River is uncommon amongst streams in this region. The Kinni is designated as an Outstanding Resource Water (OWR) by the DNR and is considered one of the most outstanding Class I Trout streams in the state.