Cedar River Watershed District

To reduce stream flows and protect and improve water quality in the Watershed.

Formed in 2007 to reduce stream flows and protect and improve water quality in the Cedar River Watershed District in Mower, Dodge, Freeborn and Steele counties, all within the State of Minnesota. Our watershed district covers 45 miles of the rivers course. The Cedar River Watershed District has a 434.7-square-mile drainage basin of mostly fertile farmland.

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Download maps of the Cedar River Watershed District

Get Educated

Find out about educational opportunities with the CRWD.

Explore The River

Get out on the river and see the nature around.

Looking For A Permit?

Find the permit affiliated with the CRWD at the button to the right.