There are many different ways to get involved in protecting water quality in the Middle Fork Crow River Watershed.
- Our Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) members play an important role for the Watershed District. Members are informed of the different activities that the District is participating in and provide recommendations for new projects and programs. The CAC meets triannually at the District Office. The meetings are kept informal and members are encouraged to provide feedback.
- Volunteers play a vital role in our monitoring program. The MFCRWD does not have the staff to monitor all of our river reaches and lakes. Volunteers allow us to expand our program. People who monitor also tend to have a closer connection with the resource, and notice changes in their monitoring site.
- Best Management Practices (BMPs) are a great way to make a difference. For information on what types of projects the District is currently funding, contact the District Office.
Get involved in these service activities:
Cleanup the Crow
Eagle Scout and Girl Scout Gold award projects
If you have ideas on other ways to get involved, please contact us!