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 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.
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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