(218) 732-0121 603 North Central Ave, Suite 100. Park Rapids, MN 56470

Soil Conservation

Every year we offer affordable trees
for conservation efforts. 
Windbreaks are used to reduce wind  
erosion, snow drifts, reduce drying of plants
in the summer months, reduce heating costs,
and provide shelter for animals.

Tree Order Form

Cost Share Projects 

Available for conservation practices applied to the
land for the purpose of controlling or preventing soil 
erosion, sedimentation, nutrient runoff, or other water
pollution to maintain the sustainable use of soil 
and water and other natural resources. 

Water Conservation

We can all do our part to protect our pristine
water. Natural Shoreline buffers, fertilizing lawns 
and gardens with zero phosphorus fertilizer, 
reducing, capturing, and cleansing runoff
are just a few examples of how 
we, as stewards of this land, can help. 

Lakeshore

Hubbard County is blessed to have some of
the clearest and cleanest lakes in the State of 
Minnesota. These crystal clear waters provide
a wonderful recreational venue for residents,
seasonal visitors, and vacationers alike.

2020 Tree Order Form

We are not accepting tree orders for distribution May 1st, 2nd & 3rd, 2020!

Printable Tree Order Form

FREE NITRATE CLINIC

Our next in-office Free Nitrate Clinic will be held on Friday, November 1st from 9:00 am – 2:00 pm.
Please run your tap for 5 minutes before collecting approximately 1/2 cup in a clean container or baggie
and bring to office for testing. Your results will be available in about 5 minutes.

OUR NEW 2019 PLAT BOOKS ARE NOW AVAILABLE!

Each township has county tax forfeited land identified. Great for hunters!
The new 2019 Plat Books are now available in our office as well as the Smokey Hills Outdoor Store, Northern Bait Company, Rock Creek Store (by Itasca State Park north entrance),
Laporte Grocery Store, Hubbard County Treasurers Office, and Citizens National Bank.

SWCDs: Working in partnership to protect our natural resources

MASWCD published this clip on Oct 10, 2018 about how Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) supervisors
and staff are helping implement important conservation programs!

YouTube video

Mission Statement

The purpose of the Hubbard County Soil and Water Conservation District is to provide leadership, education, technical advice, financial assistance to landowners, cooperating agencies for various programs and projects with the goal being the whole community working together in harmony to pursue the sustainable management, wise-use, and protection of the district’s soil, water, forests, wildlife, and recreational resources.

Current Projects and Events

 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER HEADWATERS 1W1P

Learn more about the One Watershed, One Plan (1W1P) program that is designed to foster collaboration between upstream and downstream...
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Leech Lake River 1W1P

Recent updates on Leech Lake One Watershed One Plan (1W1P) Leech Lake River Watershed Comprehensive Watershed Management Plan Leech Lake...
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Watersheds

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) has adopted a new method of evaluating Minnesota’s waters from individual lakes and stream...
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Irrigation Scheduling Program in Hubbard, Todd and Wadena Counties

We are looking for more producers to enroll in the Irrigation Scheduling Program in Hubbard, Todd and Wadena Counties. Complete...
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Pilot Nitrate Testing in Southern Hubbard County

Hubbard County SWCD has teamed with the Minnesota Department of Agriculture and has completed free nitrate testing of private wells...
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Monthly Nitrate Testing for Private Wells at the SWCD Office

The first Friday of every month the Hubbard SWCD does free nitrate testing of private well water from 9 am...
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Pineland Sands Aquifer Project

The Hubbard and Wadena Soil and Water Conservation Districts (SWCDs) were the recipients of a $40,000 Enbridge Ecofootprint Grant to...
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Buffer Strip Law

In 2015, Governor Dayton passed the Buffer Law designating an estimated 110,000 acres of land for water quality buffer strips...
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Community Partners Grant

Hubbard SWCD was awarded $100,000 in Clean Water Land and Legacy funding that was granted to organizations and landowners for...
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