Grant SWCD
712 Industrial Park Blvd
Elbow Lake, MN 56531


Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

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Nicole Sumstad
With this crazy hot weather and lack of rain the blue-green algae will likely be problematic all summer long. Feel free to contact us with questions or here is a few links that may help answers questions. And remember: If in Doubt – Stay Out! Blue-green algae: If in doubt, stay out  Blue-green algae and...
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Unfortunately, we have had to cancel this meeting. If you have any questions please contact the SWCD at218-685-5395. Do you live, work, or use the Pomme de Terre Watershed for recreational purposes around Christina Lake or Pelican Lake?  The Grant and Douglas Soil and Water Conservations Districts are partnering up to host a virtual kickoff...
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Rain Barrels are in!!! Contact us if you would like to pick yours up. We also have a few extra to sell.  About: Rain barrels allow you to save stormwater coming from your gutter system. Simply divert your gutter downspout into the barrel and you will be able to collect and store water for your...
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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 us for one of the following public hearings and consider offering public comment. November 30, 5:00 pm www.zoom.com or by...
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Grant County residents take conservation seriously, but don’t take our word for it. Take a look at the list of the conservation accomplishments below! The numbers below represent accumulative numbers, with current contracts, within Grant County. Conservation Reserve Program (General CRP) 108 contracts covering 3,312.40 acres. $244,898.00 in annual payments to Grant County landowners. Continuous Conservation...
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Clean drinking water is a fundamental building block of good health, and the quality often times is taken for granted. City supplied water is monitored and maintained at safe drinking levels. However, if you have your own well it is the homeowner’s responsibility to make sure that the drinking water is safe for consumption. Grant...
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