Master Water Stewards

Who are the Master Water Stewards?

A program that certifies and supports community leaders to become a Master Water Steward – educating community members, reducing pollutants, and allowing more water to soak into the ground. The program is a partnership between the Freshwater Society and participating cities, watershed management organizations and non-profits (see a list of participating organizations here).

CRWP is hosting two MWS Information Sessions:

  • Tuesday July 18th, 5:30pm at Just Food Co-op’s Community Room: 516 Water St S # 101, Northfield MN
  • Tuesday September 26th, 5:30pm at Faribault Park & Rec office (next to the library): 15 Division St W, Faribault MN

Come to learn more about this program and get program dates for all the classes October 2017-April 2018.  For more information you may also call CRWP (507) 786-3913 or email kristi@crwp.net

More information about the program in general can be found on the Freshwater Society’s website:  https://masterwaterstewards.org

For other ways to volunteer in the effort for a cleaner watershed, see our Volunteer page.