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Wright SWCD
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$213,600
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Wright
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Middle-Snake-Tamarac Rivers WD
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$144,000
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Polk
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St. Louis County
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$100,000
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St. Louis
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Pope SWCD
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$182,500
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Pope
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Marshall SWCD
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$500,000
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Marshall
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Dakota SWCD
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$200,000
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Dakota
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Soil and Water Conservation Districts
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$11,000,000
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Statewide
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Soil and Water Conservation Districts
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$3,875,000
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Statewide
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Soil and Water Conservation Districts
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$5,000,000
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Statewide
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Soil and Water Conservation Districts
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$1,500,000
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Statewide
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Conservation Corps MN & IA
2019 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$500,000
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$500,000
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The Board of Water and Soil Resources is required to contract with the Conservation Corps of Minnesota and Iowa (formerly Minnesota Conservation Corps), or CCMI, for installation of conservation practices benefitting water quality for at least $500,000 in each year of the 2010-11 biennium. The Board approved reserving the following funds in each year of the biennium to comply with this appropriation:$200,000 from the Runoff Reduction Grants, $200,000 from the Clean Water Assistance Grants, $100,000 from the Shoreland Improvement Grants.

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Chisago SWCD
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$185,000
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One Watershed One Plan Planning Grants provide funding and assistance for the development of a multi-jurisdictional, watershed-scale water plan.

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Area 1 - Red River Valley Conservation Service Area
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$10,000
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Nobles SWCD
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$10,000
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Scott SWCD
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$10,000
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Swift SWCD
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$10,000
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Board of Water and Soil Resources
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Statewide
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Board of Water and Soil Resources
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Statewide
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Board of Water and Soil Resources
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Statewide
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Board of Water and Soil Resources
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Statewide
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Board of Water and Soil Resources
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Statewide
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Board of Water and Soil Resources
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Statewide
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Board of Water and Soil Resources
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Statewide
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Board of Water and Soil Resources
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Statewide
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Aitkin SWCD
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$10,000
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Governor Mark Dayton's landmark buffer initiative was signed into law in 2015. The law establishes new perennial vegetation buffers of up to 50 feet along rivers, streams, and ditches that will help filter out phosphorus, nitrogen, and sediment. The new law provides flexibility and financial support for landowners to install and maintain buffers. For grants to Soil and Water Conservation Districts to ensure compliance with riparian buffer or alternate practice requirements for state required buffers and soil erosion law.

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Big Stone SWCD
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$25,000
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Governor Mark Dayton's landmark buffer initiative was signed into law in 2015. The law establishes new perennial vegetation buffers of up to 50 feet along rivers, streams, and ditches that will help filter out phosphorus, nitrogen, and sediment. The new law provides flexibility and financial support for landowners to install and maintain buffers. For grants to Soil and Water Conservation Districts to ensure compliance with riparian buffer or alternate practice requirements for state required buffers and soil erosion law.

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Cook SWCD
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$3,000
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Governor Mark Dayton's landmark buffer initiative was signed into law in 2015. The law establishes new perennial vegetation buffers of up to 50 feet along rivers, streams, and ditches that will help filter out phosphorus, nitrogen, and sediment. The new law provides flexibility and financial support for landowners to install and maintain buffers. For grants to Soil and Water Conservation Districts to ensure compliance with riparian buffer or alternate practice requirements for state required buffers and soil erosion law.

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Fillmore SWCD
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$30,000
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Governor Mark Dayton's landmark buffer initiative was signed into law in 2015. The law establishes new perennial vegetation buffers of up to 50 feet along rivers, streams, and ditches that will help filter out phosphorus, nitrogen, and sediment. The new law provides flexibility and financial support for landowners to install and maintain buffers. For grants to Soil and Water Conservation Districts to ensure compliance with riparian buffer or alternate practice requirements for state required buffers and soil erosion law.

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Goodhue SWCD
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$25,000
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Governor Mark Dayton's landmark buffer initiative was signed into law in 2015. The law establishes new perennial vegetation buffers of up to 50 feet along rivers, streams, and ditches that will help filter out phosphorus, nitrogen, and sediment. The new law provides flexibility and financial support for landowners to install and maintain buffers. For grants to Soil and Water Conservation Districts to ensure compliance with riparian buffer or alternate practice requirements for state required buffers and soil erosion law.

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Grant SWCD
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$25,000
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Governor Mark Dayton's landmark buffer initiative was signed into law in 2015. The law establishes new perennial vegetation buffers of up to 50 feet along rivers, streams, and ditches that will help filter out phosphorus, nitrogen, and sediment. The new law provides flexibility and financial support for landowners to install and maintain buffers. For grants to Soil and Water Conservation Districts to ensure compliance with riparian buffer or alternate practice requirements for state required buffers and soil erosion law.

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Itasca SWCD
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$5,000
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Governor Mark Dayton's landmark buffer initiative was signed into law in 2015. The law establishes new perennial vegetation buffers of up to 50 feet along rivers, streams, and ditches that will help filter out phosphorus, nitrogen, and sediment. The new law provides flexibility and financial support for landowners to install and maintain buffers. For grants to Soil and Water Conservation Districts to ensure compliance with riparian buffer or alternate practice requirements for state required buffers and soil erosion law.

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Kandiyohi SWCD
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$30,000
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Governor Mark Dayton's landmark buffer initiative was signed into law in 2015. The law establishes new perennial vegetation buffers of up to 50 feet along rivers, streams, and ditches that will help filter out phosphorus, nitrogen, and sediment. The new law provides flexibility and financial support for landowners to install and maintain buffers. For grants to Soil and Water Conservation Districts to ensure compliance with riparian buffer or alternate practice requirements for state required buffers and soil erosion law.

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Lake of the Woods SWCD
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$10,000
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Governor Mark Dayton's landmark buffer initiative was signed into law in 2015. The law establishes new perennial vegetation buffers of up to 50 feet along rivers, streams, and ditches that will help filter out phosphorus, nitrogen, and sediment. The new law provides flexibility and financial support for landowners to install and maintain buffers. For grants to Soil and Water Conservation Districts to ensure compliance with riparian buffer or alternate practice requirements for state required buffers and soil erosion law.

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Lincoln SWCD
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$25,000
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Governor Mark Dayton's landmark buffer initiative was signed into law in 2015. The law establishes new perennial vegetation buffers of up to 50 feet along rivers, streams, and ditches that will help filter out phosphorus, nitrogen, and sediment. The new law provides flexibility and financial support for landowners to install and maintain buffers. For grants to Soil and Water Conservation Districts to ensure compliance with riparian buffer or alternate practice requirements for state required buffers and soil erosion law.

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Marshall SWCD
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$45,000
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Governor Mark Dayton's landmark buffer initiative was signed into law in 2015. The law establishes new perennial vegetation buffers of up to 50 feet along rivers, streams, and ditches that will help filter out phosphorus, nitrogen, and sediment. The new law provides flexibility and financial support for landowners to install and maintain buffers. For grants to Soil and Water Conservation Districts to ensure compliance with riparian buffer or alternate practice requirements for state required buffers and soil erosion law.

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Morrison SWCD
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$25,000
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Governor Mark Dayton's landmark buffer initiative was signed into law in 2015. The law establishes new perennial vegetation buffers of up to 50 feet along rivers, streams, and ditches that will help filter out phosphorus, nitrogen, and sediment. The new law provides flexibility and financial support for landowners to install and maintain buffers. For grants to Soil and Water Conservation Districts to ensure compliance with riparian buffer or alternate practice requirements for state required buffers and soil erosion law.

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Nicollet SWCD
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$20,000
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Governor Mark Dayton's landmark buffer initiative was signed into law in 2015. The law establishes new perennial vegetation buffers of up to 50 feet along rivers, streams, and ditches that will help filter out phosphorus, nitrogen, and sediment. The new law provides flexibility and financial support for landowners to install and maintain buffers. For grants to Soil and Water Conservation Districts to ensure compliance with riparian buffer or alternate practice requirements for state required buffers and soil erosion law.

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Pennington SWCD
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$25,000
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Governor Mark Dayton's landmark buffer initiative was signed into law in 2015. The law establishes new perennial vegetation buffers of up to 50 feet along rivers, streams, and ditches that will help filter out phosphorus, nitrogen, and sediment. The new law provides flexibility and financial support for landowners to install and maintain buffers. For grants to Soil and Water Conservation Districts to ensure compliance with riparian buffer or alternate practice requirements for state required buffers and soil erosion law.

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Pipestone SWCD
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$25,000
Fund Source

Governor Mark Dayton's landmark buffer initiative was signed into law in 2015. The law establishes new perennial vegetation buffers of up to 50 feet along rivers, streams, and ditches that will help filter out phosphorus, nitrogen, and sediment. The new law provides flexibility and financial support for landowners to install and maintain buffers. For grants to Soil and Water Conservation Districts to ensure compliance with riparian buffer or alternate practice requirements for state required buffers and soil erosion law.

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Pope SWCD
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$25,000
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Governor Mark Dayton's landmark buffer initiative was signed into law in 2015. The law establishes new perennial vegetation buffers of up to 50 feet along rivers, streams, and ditches that will help filter out phosphorus, nitrogen, and sediment. The new law provides flexibility and financial support for landowners to install and maintain buffers. For grants to Soil and Water Conservation Districts to ensure compliance with riparian buffer or alternate practice requirements for state required buffers and soil erosion law.