Capitol Region Watershed District (CRWD) is a special purpose local unit of government created to manage and protect part of the Mississippi River Basin, along with the District’s wetlands, creeks and lakes that drain to the river. CRWD began with a small group of dedicated citizens who wanted to protect Como Lake. They petitioned the Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources (BWSR) to create a watershed district, and the application was granted in 1998.
First Watershed Management Plan Adopted
Como Lake Sediment Removal Project; Como Lake Management Plan
Lake McCarrons Alum Treatment
Trout Brook Interceptor Transfer Agreement Signed; Rules Adopted
Stop the Rain Drain Program
Trout Brook Interceptor Maryland Avenue Repair
Watershed Management Plan adopted