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Soil and Water Conservation Districts are political subdivisions of the state of Minnesota established to carry out a program for the conservation and development of soil, water, and related resources.

The Todd Soil and Water Program was organized on March 29th, 1965 by the Todd County Commissioners and was certified by the Secretary of State on April 12th, 1965. Leadership and governance is provided by the board of five locally elected Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisors. The role of the elected District Supervisor is to develop policy, long range plans, and budgets.

The logo on the right is the Clean Water Land and Legacy Amendment.  To find out more information about this, please click on the logo. 

Clean Water Legacy Logo


Public Notice-Todd County Request for Proposal (RFP) for Aquatic Invasive Species ProgramTodd County is the recipient of County Program Aid grant funds for Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) prevention from the state of Minnesota as a result of 2014 Session Law Chapter 308.  It is anticipated this will be an ongoing aid program, dependent on decisions by the Legislature.  The purpose of these funds is to “prevent the introduction or limit the spread of aquatic invasive species at all the access sites within the county” (MN Statutes 477A.19).
The state buffer law takes effect November 1, 2017 for landowners on public water. Todd County will be starting enforcement on this date. Failure to comply with the law will result in multiple fines.


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