State law governs the formation and operation of Soil and Water Conservation Districts. The Water Law of the state of Minnesota contains Soil and Water Conservation Law and Soil and Water Conservation Policy. This policy is Minnesota’s statement on soil and water conservation. A power granted to Minnesota SWCDs is to implement this policy.
The South St. Louis Soil and Water Conservation District is a governmental and political subdivision of the state of Minnesota. We are a local unit of government.The SWCD is a public body corporate and politic, and is governed by five elected supervisors. SWCD Elected Supervisors
Monthly meetings are open to the public. Find more information on upcoming and past meetings here: Board Meetings
South St. Louis SWCD includes all lands in St. Louis County south of and including Township 54. Our northern boundary is a line running from the north end of Cedar Valley Township to the north end of Pequaywan Township. This area is approximately the southern one-quarter of St. Louis County, and contains over one million acres.
South St. Louis SWCD Staff
Soil and Water Conservation Policy