2012 Great River Greening accomplishments with your support Thanks to our friends and supporters, in 2012, Greening increased the scope of our impact, achieving more diverse conservation results and expanding our geography. Our conservation programs demonstrate our growing leadership in conservation partnerships throughout the greater Twin Cities and beyond. Thank you! 1,800 Greening partners and …read more →
(April 08, 2012) Nicollet Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) and Great River Greening are recipients of a $265,000 grant from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) to enhance water quality within Seven Mile Creek in southern Minnesota. The grant will enable Great River Greening to place a full-time employee with the SWCD to engage …read more →
With your help, Great River Greening has an opportunity to make a significant impact on the water quality of Seven Mile Creek located between Mankato and St. Peter, in Nicollet County. It is a minor watershed of the Minnesota River Basin. Seven Mile Creek boasts impressive sandstone bluffs through a beautiful, deep forested valley with …read more →
Saint Peter Herald, Wednesday, December 31, 2014
By DANA MELIUS firstname.lastname@example.org
The Seven Mile Creek Watershed expects to be the primary beneficiary from the $1.7 million grant recently awarded to the Nicollet County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD)
In fall 2015, Great River Greening brought its volunteer program to work on the Minnesota River, through the Seven Mile Creek Watershed Partnership.
St. Peter Herald:
Community-based restoration: Volunteers work to clean Seven Mile Creek Watershed.
Great River Greening recently advanced our efforts to restore land and water in rural Minnesota, first, by bringing our successful community program to the Seven Mile Creek Watershed, then, by expanding to other watersheds and developing an Agricultural Watersheds Advisory Committee. Our work in agricultural watersheds is led by the vision that local solutions promise the greatest …read more →
Anoka Sand Plain habitat conservation, Great River Greening, $1.2 million for Phase 4 of habitat enhancement and restoration of 917 acres including land in Sherburne, Morrison and Todd counties. Affected sites include two state WMA’s, a state forest, two Scientific and Natural Areas, a national wildlife refuge and four regional projects.
October 2015: Great River Greening recently advanced our efforts to restore land and water in rural Minnesota, first, by bringing our successful community program to the Seven Mile Creek Watershed, then, by expanding to other watersheds and developing an Agricultural Watersheds Advisory Committee. This fall, more than 80 volunteers spent two days on farms …read more →