2017 - Enhanced Shared Technical Services Part 2 (Area 4 - Metropolitan SWCDs Technical Service Area)
This non-competitive CWF grant program invests in building the capacity of Nonpoint Engineering Assistance (Technical Service Area) Joint Powers Boards to increase the capacity of soil and water conservation districts to provide technical and engineering assistance to landowners.
The Laws of Minnesota 2015, 1ST Special Session, Chapter 2, Article 2, Section 7(c), appropriated Clean Water Funds (CWF) to the Board for targeted local resource protection and enhancement grants and statewide program enhancements for technical assistance.
Grant followed an approved workplan, with activities focused on increasing the capacity of soil and water conservation districts to provide technical and engineering assistance to landowners.
Funds used to provide member SWCDs with in-house and professional engineers for technical services for planning, feasibility studies, design, construction oversight and certification assistance for non-point source pollution water quality management practices.
LOCAL LEVERAGED FUNDS