The summer of 2019's featured newsletter contains featured articles about the RRWMB ribbon cutting event, Conservation Corp endeavors in the Roseau River Watershed District, and much, much more.
The Roseau River Watershed District (RRWD) receives a portion of its funding from local property tax levies. The rest is received from various federal and state grant programs. This article explains the tax levy portion of the District's funding.
An understanding of a landowner's operations and landscapes, and providing options, is key to the successful use of alternative practices.
Historical News Stories
The Roseau River Watershed District (RRWD) is a local, special-purpose unit of government that works to solve and prevent water related problems. The boundary of the RRWD follows the natural watershed and consists of the land in which all water flows to one outlet, the Roseau River.
The Roseau River Watershed District has begun a Watershed Restoration and Protection Strategy (WRAPS) process.
—Roseau River Watershed District (RRWD) announced today that two of their projects have been awarded funding from the Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources (BWSR) through the Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment.
On March 16, 2017, the Roseau River Watershed District (RRWD) along with HDR, Inc. held a public open house to present the Whitney Lake Project.
Eight of the nine watershed districts in the Minnesota portion of the RRB are part of the Red River Watershed Management Board, which continues to work towards securing state funds for water storage projects.
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