Mission Statement: To promote, preserve and protect water and natural resources within the boundaries of the District in order to maintain property values, recreational opportunities, and quality of life.
Next Regular CRWD Board Meeting
Wednesday, April 19, 2023 at 6pm
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(available at least 4 days prior to the meeting)
Click here to access the meeting via Zoom.
To see agendas or minutes from previous meetings, click here.
The CRWD office, located at 93 Oak Avenue S, Suite 5 in Annandale, MN is not staffed regularly and mail is not delivered to the Annandale address. All mail should be addressed to:
3235 Fernbrook Ln N
Plymouth, MN 55447
If you wish to meet with staff or access any files held in the District office, please call (320) 274-3935 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The next AIS Forum is on April 6, 2023! Click to get all the details and register for this FREE event.
The CRWD is looking for a District Manager to represent Stearns County
Board Meeting Schedule
2022 Lake Report Cards
What does that mean? Click here for our Glossary & Abbreviations page.
CRWD's Interactive Project Map
Due to the continued health threat from Covid-19, regular Board Meetings will be held via teleconference on Zoom. Only the Board of Managers and CRWD staff will meet in person for these monthly meetings, until further notice. All others are asked to join via Zoom. The link to join the meeting is listed above. Please email the District if you have any questions about this at email@example.com
One of our primary functions is creating and maintaining water quality projects. These projects vary in scope, size, and effects, but they all share one thing in common: protecting and preserving the water resources within the District.
Water Quality Monitoring Program
The Clearwater River Watershed District has been monitoring quality of the District's water since its inception to help establish trends, set goals, determine targeted implementation of programs and projects, and evaluate effectiveness. Without the monitoring program, the District would not be able to continue its mission.
School Section Lake Outlet Control Structure (Project # 84-1)
In response to the high water experienced in the early 1980s, CRWD was petitioned by property owners on School Section Lake to create an outlet control structure to help control the water level of School Section Lake.
Lake Augusta and Union Lake Success Stories
Two lakes in the CRWD will be taken off the State's Impaired Waters List in 2022. Learn more about the projects and programs that led to this great success.