Please contact us directly to further inquire about a specific event.

 

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The FINANCIAL REPORTS and GRANT DOCUMENTS found to the right are submitted by

Morrison SWCD annually by March 15th.    >  >  >  >  >

These Financial Reports and Grant Documents fulfilling the Board of Water and Soil

    Resources (BWSR) Annual Reporting requirements and are submitted to:

 

The Board of Water and Soil Resources

(Central Office)

520  Lafayette Road

St. Paul, MN  55155

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The Board of Water and Soil Resources

(Regional Office)

1601  Minnesota Drive

Brainerd, MN  56401

 

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Morrison Soil & Water Conservation District Board Meeting

 

Meeting is held the 4th Thursday of every month @ 9:00 am

 

(Unless otherwise noted on the Calendar of Events on the top right)

 

Location:   USDA Service Center Board Room
 16776  Heron Road
Little Falls, MN  56345

 

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CLICK on each link below to view the Morrison SWCD Board Meeting Minutes:

 

>  2017 January thru September  <

>  2016 January thru December  < 

>  2015 January thru December  < 

>  2014 January thru December  <

>  2013 January thru December  <

2012 January thru December  <

2011 January thru December  <

 

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Rain GuageMONTHLY RAIN GAUGE REPORTS

Minnesota Climatology Network

The Morrison SWCD operates a Rainfall Monitoring Program throughout the county. Rain gauges are read and recorded daily by our citizen volunteers. At the end of each month our volunteers submit their readings to the SWCD. The SWCD then submits those data records to the statewide archives maintained by the State Climatology Office.

This information is used for lake level and stream flow predictions, justifying crop losses, tracking drought conditions, predicting future weather conditions, and for research at many levels. This data has proven to be very helpful at the local and statewide levels.

We currently have a number of great rain gauge monitors, but continue to seek volunteers in the following townships: Richardson, Leigh, Pulaski, Platte, Motley and Scandia.

We provide the official rain gauges and data sheets free of charge. If you live in one of the townships listed above and are interested in becoming a volunteer of the Rainfall Monitoring Program, please stop by our office or call us for further information.

 

 
CLICK HERE for Annual precipitation totals. Enter “Morrison” and press “find county” for local totals.
 
CLICK HERE for Monthly precipitation totals. Enter “Morrison” and press “find county” for local totals.
  
CLICK HERE to view State-wide Weekly Precipitation Totals Maps
 
Minnesota Climatology Network: This link will take you to the MN Climatological Network Page! Here you will find just about everything you would want to know about the weather in Minnesota. Historical weather data, historical weather maps, single storm event rainfall amounts, etc.