Local Groups


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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2022 | Fishers & Farmers Coordination, Science & Communications Teams

Fishers & Farmers Partnership is funding coordination, communications and science positions.

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2014 | Fishers & Farmers Outreach & Communications

FFP is communicating to engage farmers in project demonstrations and farmer-led committee assembly.

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Boots on the Ground | Clean River Partners

Meet a watershed coordinator, farmer, two college professors and Rice SWCD staff who are breaking down barriers and working together to keep nutrients and sediment out of Rice Creek.

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Urban and rural neighbors in Nicollet County gather to see the new perennial wheat crop, Kernza. Watershed map

Seven Mile Creek Watershed | Eastern Nicollet County

Our group is composed of local partnering organizations and farmers who are pursuing opportunities to improve water quality, fish habitat, soil health, and community through practices that are beneficial to the farmer’s operations.

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Le Sueur River Watershed Network

The Le Sueur River Watershed Network exists to encourage collaboration, empower citizens, and nurture a land stewardship ethic amongst those that live, work and recreate in the watershed.

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