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Hope Free Lutheran Church receives a drinking water protection grant

Update (12/4/2013) A little snow doesn’t stop Minnesota well contractors from constructing a reliable well that will serve Hope Free Lutheran Church with safe drinking water. Congratulations to the church leaders that found a way to improve their building as they improve the services that are available to the congregation. (11/10/2013) Hope Free Lutheran Church […]

Grants available for small public water suppliers (October 1-31, 2013)

Minnesota Department of Health’s Source Water Protection Grants for Noncommunity Transient Public Water Supply well owners are available (see announcement).  Grant applications may be submitted on October 1st.  The deadline to submit a grant application is October 31st. Food and lodging establishments that own and operate an on-site well and water system are eligible for this […]

Funding available to restore native shoreland aquatic habitat

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is making $225,000 available for grant proposals to restore native aquatic habitat. Individual grant requests can range from $25,000 to $100,000. Cost-share grants are available to local units of government, conservation groups and lake associations to conduct aquatic habitat restoration projects with native plants to improve fish and wildlife […]

Shoreland grants for aquatic restoration projects

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is making $225,000 available for grant proposals for restoring native aquatic habitat across the state.  Individual grants can range from $25,000 to $100,000 and are available to  watershed districts, other local units of government, conservation groups and lake associations to conduct aquatic habitat restoration projects with native plants […]

Rice Creek Watershed – best management practices cost-share grants available

Landowners and businesses in the Rice Creek Watershed District interested in protecting and improving surface water quality are not alone.  The RCWD has created a dedicated cost-share grant program to assist landowners with the implementation of Best Management Practices (BMPs) aimed at improving the quality of surface waters within the District. Installing a raingarden, stabilizing erosion problems […]

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