Working on a watershed scale
18th Annual HCWP Meeting March 11
Save the Date for the 18th Annual HCWP Information and Appreciation Meeting on March 11. More details to come soon!
Mid-Minnesota Watershed Funding
The HCWP currently has cost-share funds available for the Hawk Creek Watershed and the Renville County portion of the Mid-MN Watershed to help landowners with water quality and erosion problems. For more details, click on the BMPs tab.
RSVP today for Feb 18 Meeting
RSVP by February 12 for the February 18 Grow Your Bottom Line meeting focusing on soil health and increasing farm profitability and weather resiliency. RSVP to Melissa at 320-523-1559 or Melissa.Edmondson@mn.nacdnet.net. Click on the "Get Involved" tab for more information.
The Hawk Creek Watershed drains approximately 623,105 acres (974 square miles) of land in Chippewa, Kandiyohi, and Renville Counties. It is comprised of a main tributary (Hawk Creek) and several other streams that flow directly into the Minnesota River.
Best Management Practices
Best Management Practices (BMPs) are used to protect and/or restore areas with water quality, erosion, and water quantity problems. Check out the BMPs page to see some of the latest projects we have worked on.
The Hawk Creek Watershed is currently going through its first Watershed Approach and WRAPS cycle. Read more to find out where we are in the cycle and how your input is important to future watershed activities.
The Hawk Creek Watershed covers portions of Chippewa, Kandiyohi,
and Renville Counties.
HCWP currently has cost-share funds available for the Hawk Creek Watershed and the the Renville County portion of the Mid-MN Watershed.