The mission of the Fillmore Soil and Water Conservation District is to promote natural resource stewardship by providing educational, technical and financial assistance.
The Fillmore SWCD has a new cost-share program available for applicators of liquid manure in the following counties:
Dakota, Fillmore, Goodhue, Houston, Mower, Olmsted, Wabasha, and Winona.
This program will help to evaluate the effectiveness and feasibility of commercially available manure nutrient sensing technology on liquid manure application systems.
What soil, water, and other natural resource concerns are you dealing with? How can Fillmore SWCD help?
In an effort to increase the services that Fillmore SWCD offers, we are asking residents of Fillmore County and those located within the Root River One Watershed One Plan service area to take the following survey (estimated length is 5 minutes).
In this survey, we are also gathering a list of residents who are dealing with invasive species, such as buckthorn, knotweed, etc. This will aide us when applying to grant funding opportunities that may assist our residents in removing these problem species.
At Fillmore SWCD, we offer a variety of services, local, state and federal Programs.
Fillmore SWCD works with farmers, landowners, classrooms to provide positive solutions and ideas to promote natural resources.
From local water management to help control erosion, windbreaks to assist with energy conservation, tree sales
and sharing knowledge with the public. We are here to help.
What’s happing at Fillmore SWCD
Upcoming Meetings & Events
Root River One Watershed, One Plan
The RR 1W1P planning area that encompasses more than 1.3 million acres,
which is spread across 6 counties: Dodge, Fillmore, Houston, Mower, Olmsted and Winona.