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Jun
9

CLFLWD Board Meeting
Remote Attendance

Jun
16

Lake Friendly Landscapes - How to Add Native Plants to Your Yard and Garden
Hardwood Creek Library, 19955 Forest Blvd N, Forest Lake

Jun
18

Turf Talks - Introduction to Lawn Management
Hardwood Creek Library, 19955 Forest Blvd N, Forest Lake

Jun
23

CLFLWD Board Meeting
Remote Attendance

Jul
14

CLFLWD Board Meeting
Remote Attendance

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Welcome to the Comfort Lake-Forest Lake Watershed District

COVID-19 Update, Office Closure and Remote Meeting Attendance - details in news section below

The Comfort Lake - Forest Lake Watershed District (CLFLWD) encompasses roughly 49 square miles in northern Washington County and southern Chisago County, including the Cities of Chisago City, Forest Lake, Scandia, and Wyoming. The watershed outlets to the northwest to the Sunrise River, which flows northeast through Chisago County before discharging to the St. Croix River.

 

District News

Accepting Applications for Seasonal Technician Position

This position provides technical assistance in water resource protection as it relates to implementation of the goals, policies, and programs identified in the Watershed Management Plan of the District, particularly as it relates to the permitting program. To apply, submit application and cover letter to info@clflwd.org. Learn more on our employment page.

Turf Talks – Introduction to Lawn Management

Thursday, May 5th @ 5:30pm OR Saturday, June 18th @ 10:00am

Hardwood Creek Library, 19955 Forest Blvd N, Forest Lake

Learn how to save time and money on your yard maintenance while protecting our local lakes and rivers at the same time. This presentation, hosted by local turf grass expert and Minnesota Water Steward, Jack MacKenzie, will walk attendees through the top 10 most asked questions related to residential lawn management. Questions such as: How short should I cut my grass? When is the best time to treat for weeds? Do I need to be fertilizing my lawn? How do I tackle my trouble spots?

RSVP is encouraged: https://tinyurl.com/TurfTalk2022

Lake Friendly Landscapes - How to Add Native Plants to Your Yard and Garden

Thursday, June 16th @ 5:30pm

Hardwood Creek Library, 19955 Forest Blvd N, Forest Lake

Learn how adding native plants to your landscape can help protect our waterways. Local experts from Comfort Lake-Forest Lake Watershed District will share tips and tricks for incorporating native plants, dealing with invasives (like buckthorn), and what additional resources may be available to you such as grants, landscape planning assistance, and equipment rentals.

RSVP is encouraged: https://tinyurl.com/LakeLandscapes2022