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First flood project done
Gifts That Grow Friends
Amity Trail culverts
2013 Tree Order Form
Knife River GLC grant
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Before photo (L) shows severe bank failure near two homes above Chester Creek. After, shows emergency bank stabilization using a technique called 'soil nailing'. View more soil nailing photos on our Facebook page. Get updates about future distribution of funds on our Flood 2012 webpage.
Share a winter pick-me-up!
Check out our new Forests in Focus Notecards and Posters, made with local images and stories. Paired with a native tree and shrub sale Gift Certificate, these provide a truly creative way to nurture long-lived friendships, human and otherwise! View Tree Cards and Gifts That Grow Order Form.
for Amity grant are in
New culverts under the Amity Creek Trail will stop erosion into the creek and stabilize the trail for year-round recreation. Read more about this collaboration of agencies and the large GLRI restoration grant behind it.
Early-bird Tree Order Forms
If you like to ponder spring planting through winter's many dark hours, the 2013 Native Tree & Shrub Order Form is available, along with new photos and descriptions. This is your chance to order early for the best selection of stock.
Knife River wins $293,ooo grant
Congratulations to the Knife River and all its friends! Lake County SWCD just received a big Great Lakes Commission grant to work with many partners (including us) on sediment reduction projects. Details on our Knife River webpage.
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