Cedar River One Watershed, One Plan (1W1P)
Cedar-Wapsipinicon Comprehensive Water Management Plan
Responses to agency comments on plan
Cedar River Watershed District
Formed in 2007, CRWD aims to reduce flooding and improve water quality within the district. This includes nearly 435 square miles of drainage basin, mostly fertile farmland, in parts of Mower, Dodge, Freeborn and Steele counties, all in Minnesota. Within the district is about 45 miles of the Cedar River, starting at the headwaters near Hayfield and flowing through the City of Austin down to the Iowa border.
CRWD's of Board of Managers meet every third Wednesday of the month at 6:00 PM online or virtually due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Meetings are open to the public and an online link is available in each meeting agenda. The board's seven members are appointed to terms by their respective county commissioners.
Next meeting: 6:00 PM on Wed., April 21, 2021 AGENDA
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