This same posting is published in the Osakis Paper.Please call the office if you have any questions.
Please swing by the Douglas Soil and Water Conservation District office for our Annual Tree Open House! Stop in between 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM to enjoy cookies, coffee and apple cider. Staff will be on hand to help answer questions and assist you with planning, layout and species selection for your trees planting projects. Other items and topics that will be discussed are fabric installation, tree tubes, and cost share opportunities. If interested about other species of trees that are not on the order form, contact the office on or before the tree open house.
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Please call the office if you have any questions or want to apply! Applications are being accepted through June 30th […]
All board meetings held in the conference room of the USDA service center unless otherwise noted. Meeting details Date: January […]
Do you practice stormwater (rain and snow melt) management around your home? If you have gutters, use a rain barrel, […]
Join more than 1,400 Minnesotans who track the health of their favorite lake or stream — become a citizen water […]
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From the field: With a $227,430 Clean Water Fund grant, Douglas SWCD has hired an engineer to ID major sources […]
John Ledermann of Brandon is now certified in the MN Agricultural Water Quality Certification Program (MAWQCP). The Minnesota Agricultural […]