Crow Wing SWCD to host landowner luncheon

“Individual landowners are doing great things for clean water and habitat in this area.” — Crow Wing Soil and Water Conservation District Manager Melissa Barrick

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Crow Wing Soil and Water Conservation District logo
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BRAINERD — The Crow Wing Soil and Water Conservation District supervisors will host the 2022 Crow Wing County Landowner Event from 10 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. March 4.

The event will be at the Crow Wing County Land Services building at 322 Laurel St. in Brainerd. Lunch will be provided by Sage on Laurel.

“Individual landowners are doing great things for clean water and habitat in this area,” District Manager Melissa Barrick stated in a news release.

Guest speakers at the event include Rep. Dale Lueck, who serves on the Agriculture Finance and Policy; Environment and Natural Resource Finance and Policy committees; and the Legislative-Citizen Commission on Minnesota Resources.

“We want to make sure these stories get told. Landowners and community organizations will explain how and why they got into conservation programs and the benefits,” Barrick stated.


Crow Wing County Commissioner Steve Barrows will also speak. He serves on the Mississippi Headwaters Board, Crow Wing County Extension Committee and other county committees.

To register for the event by the Feb. 25 deadline, visit .

For more information, contact Bethany Chaplin at 218-828-6197 or .

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