To provide education, technical and financial resources to assist landowners to promote, protect, and preserve our land and water resources.
Soil and Water Conservation Districts (SWCD) are political subdivision of the State of Minnesota, established to carry out programs for conservation, use and development of soil, water, and related resources. Leadership and governance is provided by a board of five locally elected SWCD District Supervisors. SWCDs cooperation between state, federal and local resource management agencies.
The Marshall County SWCD was established March 20, 1957. Since then, it has been our mission to encourage the wise use of land and water and to treat these resources according to their needs. The Marshall SWCD staff assists landowers with natural resource concerns. The SWCD is co-located with the USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS).
Aquatic Invasive Species
The Marshall SWCD along with Curt Quesnell from the NCOR Guide Service entered into a promotional partnership last fall. One of the first promotion campaigns was at the Thief River Falls Times Home, Sport and Family Show on Sunday, April 15. The seminar began with an education video nd discussion of the rules and regulations boat owners need to know concerning the Clean, Drain and Dry as the boating season draws near. The discussion was positive and many of the boat owners in attendance were unaware of some of the information presented. Watch for the NCOR Guide boat with the Clean, Drain and Dry wrap at Lake of the Woods boat landings, at hot spots on the water, and at area parades and festivals this year.
Monday through Friday
8:00 am to 4:30 pm
Third Wednesday every month at 8 am in the SWCD meeting room, Warren, MN