Local Groups


2023| Vermillion River Watershed

This unique project combines on-the-ground habitat restoration with landowner outreach and education to create tangible upland and in-stream habitat benefits.

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Le Sueur River Watershed Network recommendations

The Le Sueur River Watershed Network is guided by recommendations developed by a Citizen Advisory Committee in 2012 and 2013. In this video, see how people with different experiences came together to identify needs and start the hard work of change across more than 700,000 acres.

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Mower County Watersheds

Mower County includes the upper reaches of two significant streams: the Root River and the Cedar River. Mower Soil & Water Conservation District is building collaborative soil health and water protection initiatives to engage both urban and rural people across the county.

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Le Sueur River Watershed Network overview

Citizens in the Le Sueur River Watershed met in 2012 to form a citizen-led group to improve watershed conditions. Meet participants and see how people with diverse experiences are working across the watershed as Le Sueur River Watershed Network.

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Clean River Partners

Our mission is to inspire people and organizations to value, protect, and improve the Cannon River Watershed’s land and water.

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2022 | Bridge to Soil Health

Land Stewardship Project’s Bridge to Soil Health program is scaling-up the number of crop & livestock farmers who are restoring soil and talking publicly about resulting financial and environmental benefits.

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2022 | Soil Regeneration

Farmers, Izaak Walton League, agencies and ag service providers are advancing farming systems to restore soil health in Minnesota, including education, events, forums, interviews, workshops, tours and demonstration plots.

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2022 | Le Sueur River Watershed

Farmers, UM-Mankato Water Resources Center and Waseca SWCD are advancing soil health and cover crop adoption in Le Sueur River Watershed including funds, mentoring and technical advice.

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2022 | Seven Mile Creek Watershed

Farmers, Great River Greening and Nicollet SWCD are hosting field days, community events, demonstrations and discussions to advance cover crops, crop rotation and data collection showing results of conservation practices.

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