The Grant SWCD is a local unit of government that manages and directs natural resource programs within Grant County. The SWCD works with landowners in rural, urban and lakeshore areas to implement a programs for the conservation, use, and development of soil, water, and related resources.
Board Meeting Notice:
The Grant SWCD December board meeting has been rescheduled to December 21st at 9:00 am. This meeting is expected to be held in the Grant County Social Services conference room with Zoom access also being available, but might be moved to a strictly digital platform depending on Covid statistics at time of the meeting.
If you would like the meeting agenda or zoom link please contact Jared House at Jared.House@co.grant.mn.us or call 218-685-5395.
Grant County Buffers
Buffer Strips are a valuable conservation tool that help prevent soil loss, reduce nutrient/pesticide runoff, provide food for wildlife, and reduce maintenance costs for drainage systems.
To learn more about the conservation benefits of buffers or to find out about buffer requirements within Grant County click the link below.
Bois de Sioux – Mustinka Comprehensive Watershed Management Plan NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS A draft of the 2021-2031 Comprehensive Watershed Management Plan for the Bois de Sioux & Mustinka Watersheds is now available. Please join...Read More
Grant SWCD is committed to assisting those interested in improving soil health within our community. We have partnered with a local producer to demonstrate the power of No-Till and Cover Crops within the county.