Join us as we review the programs that Minnesota is promoting programs to reduce the risks to Minnesota’s waters. Prioritization, targeting and measureable outcomes are at
the heart of leveraging Minnesota resources to implement outcome based conservation programs – programs to address issues of water quality and quantity, erosion, soil health, groundwater
contamination and nutrient reduction
The 2017 Watershed Summit examines Minnesota’s initiatives to define and develop a path forward. Buffer Implementation and status, Yellow Medicine River Comprehensive Water Management Plan, the Grand Marais Creek Project and the North Ottawa Project (Red River) and Cover Crop Implementation are some of the programs and projects featured.
The Izaak Walton League Minnesota Division and other conservation colleagues continue to ask if the use of the millions of funding dollars available are delivering intended results across the state.
IF YOU CARE ABOUT THE BENEFITS YOUR CWLLA FUNDS ARE DELIVERING, JOIN US!!