Local Groups


Coon Creek Community Watershed Council

Coon Creek Community Watershed Council was founded after the devastating flood of 2021, and is a community-led, producer-led group involving all facets of the community and a range of occupations and professions dedicated to research-based and data-driven flood and climate resilience.

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Friends of Trempealeau Lakes

Friends of Trempealeau Lakes aims to manage invasive aquatic plants and reduce nitrogen entering three natural, spring-fed lakes adjacent to the Mississippi River near Trempealeau, Wisconsin, to improve water quality and recreational value.

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Yahara Pride Farms

Yahara Pride Farms is a farmer-led, not-for-profit organization working to improve soil and water quality. We strive to help advance new ideas and technology that balance water quality improvement with farm sustainability and profitability.

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Dodge County Farmers for Healthy Soil – Healthy Water

Dodge County Farmers for Healthy Soil – Healthy Water is composed of farmers from Dodge County who work together to educate other farmers on conservation methods. Our mission is to improve our community’s soil and water through conservation practices and education. News & Stories Growing Grassroots Change Who is Dodge County Farmers for Healthy Soil…

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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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Neighbors gather at Dave and Veronica Fogerty's Black Creek Bison Ranch west of Spooner to see test plots of alternative and emergency forages

Shell Lake-Yellow River Farmer Led Watershed Council

Working as a non-profit organization to improve soil health and water quality through outreach, education, and conservation practices that improve sustainable agriculture.

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Sauk Soil & Water Improvement Group

We are improving soil health and water quality through regenerative agricultural practices and education, to build resilient family farms and thriving rural communities, including healthy soils and clean waters.

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2013 | Engaging Landowners Workshops

Missouri Department of Conservation is leading landowner engagement workshops for federal/state/county/NGO staff in a five-state area.

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