GRANTS & REPORTS
Below you will find information on grants the Scott SWCD has received and current Scott SWCD plans and reports.
Clean Water Fund (Clean Water, Land and Legacy) Grants
In 2008, voters approved the Clean Water, Land & Legacy Amendment to the Minnesota Constitution to protect drinking water sources; protect, enhance, and restore wetlands, prairies, forests, and fish, game, and wildlife habitat; preserve arts and cultural heritage; support parks and trails; and protect, enhance, and restore lakes, rivers, streams, and groundwater. Clean Water Grants are funded through the Clean Water, Land & Legacy Amendment. For Clean Water Stories about projects funded through Clean Water Grants throughout Minnesota, visit the Board of Soil and Water Resources web page here.
Information and details are available below about the Clean Water Grants the Scott SWCD has received.
2017 Buffer Law
2018 Buffer Law
2018 CWF Technical Training and Certification Program
2018 Local Capacity Services
2019 Buffer Law
2019 Local Capacity Services
2020 Buffer Law
2020 Local Capacity Services
2021 Buffer Law
2021 Local Capacity Services
2014 CWF Lower Minnesota River Watershed Targeted BMP Installations
2015 CWF Lower Minnesota River Targeted Water Quality BMP Implementation Project
2015 CWF Prior Lake Spring Lake Targeted Water Quality BMP Installation Project
2017 CWF Lower MN River Targeted Water Quality Practices Installation
2020 CWF Prior Lake Spring lake TMDL/Targeted BMP Installations
2020 CWF Sand Creek Watershed TMDL/Targeted BMP Installations
State General Fund Grants (BWSR)
Scott SWCD receives a number of grants annually from the Board of Water and Soil Resources to support local conservation services and projects.
Lawns to Legumes Demonstration Neighborhood Program (BWSR)
Disaster Relief Assistance Program Grants
After the 2014 flood in Scott County, the SWCD received a series of four (4) Disaster Relief Assistance Program grants to help landowners fix erosion problems caused by the flood. Information and details are available by clicking on each grant below.
The SWCD's Comprehensive Plan guides the policies and activities towards fulfilling our mission over the next decade. The Plan also enables the District to access funding from the state for projects and operations, thereby enhancing our capacity to achieve identified goals and objectives.