What does clean water mean to you?
Clean water is vital to our lives. Without it we can’t physically survive. It also provides us with recreation, enjoyment and nourishes our souls. CRWP and our partners work hard for clean water. We couldn’t do it without your help!
Got a Few Hours To Invest in Cleaner Rivers?
On Saturday, September 16, from 9:00 am-12 noon, the Cannon River Watershed Partnership is working with community groups across the region to clean litter out of the Cannon and Straight rivers in southeastern Minnesota. You can join an existing group, or start your own group. Wanna help out? Click the button below.
What people are saying about CRWP…
“CRWP deserves the support of all who care about a vibrant natural community, and of all who drink water!” – Jan Mitchell
“I enjoy contributing to worthwhile organizations and have been interested for many years in improving the environment which includes clean water. I have met some of the employees and they are very dedicated …. Please consider making a donation to CRWP.” – Richard J. Carlander
“The CRWP removes the barriers between one’s self and others and makes it possible to get at needed actions, such as improving water quality and protecting habitat for the many small and secret creatures that make a living in the river.” – Scott King
“I give because there is no organization more worthy of my support …. You couldn’t give to an organization that does more to retain quality of life right here than the Cannon River Watershed Partnership.” – Brynhild Rowberg
“As a farm family, we value stewardship of the land and we value CRWP programs that monitor how well landowners are protecting rivers, lakes, wetlands and ground water …. As volunteers, we give our time because, hey, working on a stream beats sitting at a meeting any day!” – Cathy Larson and Steve Albers
Help us work toward clean water!
Cannon River Watershed Partnership focuses our work in three program areas: Working with Farmers and Landowners, Helping Communities with Wastewater, and Community-Building in Cities and Towns. The work we do for clean water is carried out by staff, volunteers, and our many partners across the watershed. See the Volunteer tab to learn how to do your part to clean up the watershed, or Donate Now, to become a member!