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Teiken Farm Earns Water Quality Stewardship Certification

Teiken Farm Earns Water Quality Stewardship Certification

May 23, 2023 by

Jason Teiken joins the rising number of producers becoming certified as stewards of water quality through the Minnesota Agricultural Water Quality Certification Program (MAWQCP) - a voluntary opportunity that certifies farmers taking the lead in implementing conservation-minded practices to protect water quality.

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Keranen Pasture-Based Farm Earns Water Quality Certification

Keranen Pasture-Based Farm Earns Water Quality Certification

May 19, 2023 by

Bob Keranen’s grass-fed cattle farm joins the rising number of producers becoming certified as stewards of water quality through the Minnesota Agricultural Water Quality Certification Program (MAWQCP) - a voluntary opportunity that certifies farmers taking the lead in implementing conservation-minded practices to protect water quality. Keranen’s 320 acres of pastureland achieved water quality certification in April of 2022, accompanying over 1,300 producers in Minnesota farming more than 950,000 certified acres within the program.

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Four Hill Farms Inc. Achieve Water Quality Certification

Four Hill Farms Inc. Achieve Water Quality Certification

April 24, 2023 by

Four Hill Farms Inc., proudly operated by Nathan and Jacob Thompson, has recently become water quality certified under the Minnesota Agricultural Water Quality Certification Program (MAWQCP).


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Sedlachek Family Farms Achieve Water Quality Certification

Sedlachek Family Farms Achieve Water Quality Certification

April 13, 2023 by

East Otter Tail and Wadena SWCD staff assist farmers with becoming Water Quality Certified.

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MASWCD Teacher of the Year

MASWCD Teacher of the Year

November 04, 2021 by

Rondi Ulmer, eighth grade science teacher at Prairie Wind Middle School, has been selected for the 2021 Teacher of The Year Award by the Minnesota Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts (MASWCD). Each year the MASWCD selects an outstanding teacher who actively engages students in the betterment of natural resources in partnership with local Soil and Water Conservation Districts.

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