Maintaining healthy water and soil is imperative for the community of Wabasha, MN. Wabasha Soil & Water Conservation District was established to help farmers, landowners and the public do their part in ensuring our environment stays healthy. Through conservation programs, we provide technical and financial assistance to community members so they have the tools to help us preserve our water and farming land.
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Wabasha Soil & Water Conservation District was founded in 1941 to help promote a sound economy and sustain the natural resources in Wabasha, MN. We are co-located with NRCS and FSA partners and we partner with Wabasha County and multiple other agencies to prevent soil erosion, build soil health, mitigate flooding, and improve water quality. By spreading information, providing financing and staying up to date on the best technical practices, we believe we can help keep our economy strong.
The SWCD is a subdivision of State government that is governed by a locally elected Board of Supervisors. The SWCD provides technical and financial assistance for natural resource issues.
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Our organization supports land and water management in a variety of ways. We: