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Education & Outreach

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Education & Outreach

The purpose of the education and outreach program is to effectively communicate the activities of the Comfort Lake - Forest Lake Watershed District (CLFLWD) to Stakeholders as well as increase the awareness of the Stakeholders as to water resource issues and their roles in improving the quality of our water resources. Presentations to Cities, Townships and County officials, the preparation of newsletters, fact sheets and flyers, and conducting tours of CLFLWD activities are important aspects of the education and outreach program.

 

 

Annual District Newsletter

Coming soon! In order to more effectivly communicate with District stakeholders the CLFLWD is in the process of developing an annual newsletter that will be made available to all residents and summarizes recent programs and projects undertaken by the District.

 

EMWREP Annual Report

In late 2008, the CLFLWD became a member of the East Metro Water Resource Education Program (EMWREP). The EMWREP is a partnership formed to develop a comprehensive water resource education and outreach program for member partners. Over 22 partner organizations comprise EMWREP's membership covering all of Washington County as well as a small portion of Chisago and Ramsey Counties.

2016 Annual Report | 2017 Spring Updates | EMWREP Water Blog

     

 

 

Recent Presentations & Articles

 

Turf Care Truths & Tips

Presented by Master Watershed Steward Jack MacKenzie, this informational series on turf grass best practices has provided many homeowners with the knowledge they need to manage their lawns. How short should I cut my grass? What fertilizer should I use? When should I fertilize? How do I take a soil test and what do the resutls mean? When should I treat my weeds? MacKenzie answers all of these questions and more!

Turf Talk lvl 1 | Turf Talk lvl 2 - Video (MWMO) | Soil Testing |

 

Forest Lake Lake Association Annual Meeting

CLFLWD Program Assistant, Mike Sorensen, presented at the 2017 annual meeting of the Forest Lake Lake Association (FLLA). Topics discussed include water quality, invaisve species, and capital improvement projects.

Presentation | FL Times Article | FL Lowdown Article

     

 

Brochures

Other Material

 

 

 

Educational Videos

 

                               A Billion Gallons a Day  

     6.5-minute video by The New York Times about the

     NYC watershed and water supply system.

                     Nature Works to Make Clean Water  

     4-minute video by Nature Conservancy about how

     nature, especially forests, cleans water.