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Soil & Water Conservation District

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11360 Highway 212, Suite 6
Cologne, MN  55322

Phone: (952) 466-5230
Fax: (952) 466-2070

Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday


The mission of the district is to provide high quality assistance to the land managers and citizens of Carver County for the protection of land and water resources.


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What is an SWCD?

What services & programs do you offer?

Where can I get my SOIL tested?

Where can I get my WATER tested?

Upcoming Events

December 18  SWCD Board Meeting - 4:00 PM
December 25  Christmas Day (office closed)

2015

January 1  New Year's Day (office closed)
January 15  SWCD Board Meeting - 8:30 AM
January 19  Martin Luther King Jr. Day (office closed)

February 16  President's Day (office closed)
February 19  February Board Meeting - 8:30 AM

SWCD monthly Board meetings are held the third Thursday of each month, starting at 8:30 AM in Conference Room 2, Public Works Headquarters.

 

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Click on the Clean Water Land & Legacy Amendment Logo to see what projects the Carver SWCD has done!

Bulletin Board

NEW!  December Newsletter
(including the 2015 Tree Order Form)

Carver County Precipitation Data

Reitz Lake Project featured on BWSR website!

Environmentally Friendly Landscaping

Buffer Incentive Program through the Reinvest in Minnesota (RIM) Program



Soil Survey information is available online from the Natural Resources Conservation Service.
Click HERE for directions to use Web Soil Survey!

 

Questions about the Carver SWCD?

Call (952) 466-5230, or e-mail one of our staff members.

All contents are the property of Carver SWCD. The District's goal is to provide quality and accurate information. All information within this site, though, is subject to change and should only serve as a guideline for the District's services and procedures. For the most current and accurate information, please contact the District at (952) 466-5230.