LINCOLN SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT
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LINCOLN SWCD PLANS AND REPORTS:

This page consists of the following:
Financial Report BBR-NRBG 2014 Grant Reports
Annual Report BBR-Competitive 2015 Grant Reports
Annual Plan of Work 2016 Grant Reports Clean Water Fund Reports
2013 Audit 2012 Grant Reports CWF-For More Information
BBR-SWCD 2013 Grant Reports  

Click the LINK below to open the plans and reports:
2015 Annual Report
2016 Annual Plan of Work

2016 Budget
2014 Audit
2014-2015 Bi-Annual Budget Request (BBR) - SWCD
2014-2015 Bi-Annual Budget Request (BBR) - Natural Resources Block Grant
2014-2015 Bi-Annual Budget Request (BBR) - Competitive

FY2016 GRANTS:
-2016 - Conservation Delivery Grant - Final Report-Dec 31, 2015
-2016 - Easement Delivery Grant - Interim Report-Dec 31, 2015

-2016 Sate Cost-Share Grant-Final Report-Nov 16, 2016
-2016 - Local Water Management-NRBG-Final Report-Nov 16, 2016
 -2016 - Wetland Conservation Act-Interim Report-Dec 31, 2015
-2016 - Buffer Initiative Grant-Final Report-March 31, 2016
-2016 MN Ag Water Quality Certification Grant-Interim Report-Dec 31, 2015
-2016 - Local Capacity Grant Workplan - Dec 31, 2015

-2016 - Farm Bill Assistant Grant - Interiml Report-Dec 31, 2015

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FY2012 GRANTS:
- 2012 State Service Grants-Final
Conservation Delivery Grant-Final - eLink Report
Easement Delivery Grant-Final - eLink Report
Farm Bill Assistant Grant
Walk-In-Access Joint Powers Agreement
- 2012 Cost-Share Base Grant-Final
- 2012 NRBG-Local Water Mgmt & Wetland Conservation Act-Final
- 2012 NRBG-Local Water Management Plan-Final - Elink Report
- 2012 NRBG-NRBG-Wetland Conservation Act-Final - Elink Report

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FY2013 GRANTS:
State Cost-Share-Final-June 30, 2014
Conservation Delivery Grant-Final -Dec 31, 2013
Easement Delivery Grant-Final-Dec 31, 2013
Farm Bill Assistant Grant-Final-Dec 31, 2013
NRBG-Local Water Mgmt-Interim Report-Dec 31, 2013
NRBG-Wetland Conservation Act-Final-Dec 31, 2013

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FY2014 GRANTS:
State Cost-Share -Final Report-November 18, 2015
Conservation Delivery Grant-Final Report - Dec 31, 2013
Easement Delivery Grant-Final Report - Dec 31, 2014
Farm Bill Assistant Grant-Final Report-Dec 31, 2014

NRBG-Local Water Management Plan-Final Report-February 4, 2015
NRBG-Wetland Conservation Act-Final Report-Dec 31, 2014

FY2015 GRANTS:
-2015 - State Cost-Share -Final Report-Nov 16, 2016
Conservation Delivery Grant - Final Report - Dec 29, 2015
-2015 - Easement Delivery Grant- Final Report - Dec 31, 2015

-2015 - Farm Bill Assistant Grant - Final Report-Dec 31, 2015
NRBG-Local Water Management Plan-Final Report-12-28-15
-2015 - Wetland Conservation Act - NRBG-Final Report-Dec 31, 2015



CLEAN WATER FUNDS:
On November 4, 2008, Minnesota voters approved the Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment to the constitution to: protect drinking water sources; to protect, enhance, and restore wetlands, prairies, forests, and fish, game, and wildlife habitat; to preserve arts and cultural heritage; to support parks and trails; and to protect, enhance, and restore lakes, rivers, streams, and groundwater. 

The Amendment increases the sales and use tax rate by three-eighths of one percent on taxable sales, starting July 1, 2009, continuing through 2034. Those dollars are dedicated to four funds: Outdoor Heritage Fund, Clean Water Fund, Parks and Trails Fund, and Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

The Clean Water Fund was established to implement part of Article XI, Section 15, of the Minnesota Constitution, with the purpose of protecting, enhancing, and restoring water quality in lakes, rivers, and streams in addition to protecting groundwater and drinking water sources from degradation.

The primary purpose of activities funded with grants associated with the Clean Water Fund is the control or prevention of chemical orpreventionn of chemical or nutrient runoff, soil erosion, sedimentation, runoff
volume or materials that affect human or aquatic system health.  Eligible projects can consist of sturctural practices, technical assistance or non-structural measures and best management practices. 
CWF

Local government units (LGUs) are eligible to receive grant funds if they are working under a current state approved, locally adopted water management plan. All activities must be consistent with an approved TMDL implementation plan, or a current watershed management plan, county comprehensive local water management plan, metro groundwater plan, surface water intake plan or well head protection plan that has been state approved and locally adopted.

Projects obtained through the Lincoln SWCD include:
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CLEAN WATER FUNDS - FOR MORE INFORMATION
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