Land Use Training and Education Program

Understanding Groundwater in the Sauk River Watershed
Sponsored by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources

When and Where:

  • November 14, 2018 9:00 am – 4:00 pm - For Local Government Staff (includes lunch; registration is limited to 30) - The Crooked Willow Event Center, 11181 County Rd 82 SE, Osakis, MN

Cost: There is no cost to attend, but pre-registration is required and space is limited, so don't delay!

Agenda (.pdf format)

Will the Sauk River Watershed you live and work in have enough good quality groundwater to support the well-being of local communities into the future?

These FREE informational events on groundwater sponsored by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources are tailored for local government staff and officials in the Sauk River Watershed who are involved in planning for or implementing local water and land use practices or policies. Knowing why, who, and how to protect your invisible groundwater resource, that might be shared in the watershed, will influence the availability and quality of this essential, life-supporting resource.

Each event will provide 1) a basic, scientific understanding of groundwater and its interaction with surface water; and 2) various perspectives on why, who, and how to protect this essential, shared, resource.

To register for the morning event, local government staff should visit:

For more information on these events, please contact Sharon Pfeifer at or call 651-259-5723.