E-Link Reporting

E-Link is the web based tool that the Board of Water and Soil (BWSR) requires local entities of government to use as a tool for measuring outcomes of conservation and water resource management programs. With E-Link State agencies can: Evaluate the effectiveness of programs, compile data on a county, watershed or individual project basis, calculate pollution reduction benefits from conservation practices and easements, track cumulative grant funding over a period of years, review and evaluate competitive grant applications and map locations of projects.

Through E-Link local governments can: Plan and track conservation projects and grants, prioritize and target financial assistance programs, evaluate the cost and benefits of conservation practices and track projects for long-term monitoring.

E-Link Reports

Click here to view archived reports.

This website was last updated on February 7, 2017.