Hewitt Creek is a 23,005-acre subwatershed of the North Fork and Maquoketa River basin.

The Hickory Creek branch originates near Bankston joining Hewitt Creek in Section 21, New Wine Township, and flows to the North Fork Maquoketa River in Dyersville. The watershed is 1.2% urban, 91.2% agricultural and 7.5% woodland.

Hewitt Creek watershed consist of 23,005 acres, with primary land use being agriculture. The watershed is located in Northeast Iowa outside of Dyersville. The Hewitt Creek Watershed group formed in 2006 when residents were informed of the streams impairment. With funding from Iowa Farm Bureau and the Iowa Water Improvement fund the council gave incentives for practices targeted at improving water quality.

Hewitt Creek is a 23,005-acre subwatershed of the 592-square-mile North Fork and 1,879-square-mile (1.2 million acre) Maquoketa River basin. The Hickory Creek branch originates near Bankston joining Hewitt Creek in Section 21, New Wine Township, and flows to the North Fork Maquoketa River in Dyersville. The watershed is 1.2% urban, 91.2% agricultural and 7.5% woodland.

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