Many of the cities within the watershed have active outreach programs. These range from assisting lakeshore associations in promoting use of phosphorus free fertilizer to providing educational materials to schools. All of the cities have some type of citizen commission that reviews and provides recommendations to their city councils. All of the cities have planning commissions that review private developments and make recommendations on land use and zoning matters.
Visit the member city’s website for more information on volunteer and community activies:
Minnesota Water Stewards is a program that certifies and supports community leaders to prevent water pollution and educate community members to conserve and protect our waterways. The program is a partnership between Freshwater and participating cities, counties, watershed management organizations and non-profits (see a list of participating organizations here). Wherever you live, you can make a real difference in the health of our waters. Info Sessions - Minnesota Water Stewards
Come learn what it takes to become a Water Steward! Along with submitting an application, all program applicants need to attend an information session. minnesotawaterstewards.org
Applications are due by November 20
Pioneer-Sarah Watershed Management Commission 3235 Fernbrook Lane N, Plymouth, MN 55447 Phone (763) 553-1144 Fax (763) 553-9326 Email email@example.com