Preventing contaminated water from draining into the West Indian Creek in Wabasha, MN is crucial for keeping our community healthy. That's why Wabasha Soil & Water Conservation District is helping the local government access Section 319 funds. These funds are provided by the MPCA, and they can be used to address nonpoint-source water pollution. Using a nine-point plan for conservation management, Section 319 helps reduce pollution in our water supply.
Learn more about Section 319 also known as the West Indian Creek Project and protecting our watershed by calling 651-565-4673 now.
There's plenty to know about our conservation management programs. A few details you'll appreciate include:
- We're focused on protecting watershed areas and keeping pollution out of the creek
- We're working on putting in grade-stabilizing structures on our land, like ponds and grass waterways
- We can help residents with wells access private testing for their water supply
Our goal is to encourage landowners to join in our fight for conservation management. Reach out to us now to get more information about our projects and funding opportunities.