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.
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.
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.
Mitchell County Conservation Board
This group oversees the health and general welfare of county museums, parks, preserves, parkways, playgrounds, recreation centers, county forest, wildlife and other conservation areas to promote and preserve the health and general welfare of people.
Midwest Healthy Ag
Midwest Healthy Ag is a farmer-initiated research project of Regeneration Midwest, a group of Midwest agricultural advocates dedicated to listening to farmers and farming communities about agriculture, the environment, climate, community and health.
Clean River Partners
Our mission is to inspire people and organizations to value, protect, and improve the Cannon River Watershed’s land and water.
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.
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…
Huzzah/Shoal Creek Woodlands for Wildlife
Huzzah/Shoal Creek Woodlands for Wildlife is a bottom-up, self-organized farmer-led committee that began with a conversation between landowners and conservation organizations in 2008.
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