The North St. Louis Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD) is a local government agency providing conservation and resource management services. In cooperation with federal, state and local agencies, the District provides technical assistance, cost-sharing and natural resource management information and education. Landowners, businesses, industry and agencies may request these services.
The mission of the North Saint Louis Soil and Water Conservation District is to encourage sustainable use of our natural resources by engaging people in soil and water conservation in northern Saint Louis County.
The North St. Louis SWCD is seeking two interns for the 2019 Aquatic
Invasive Species (AIS) program. Interns will assist with North St. Louis SWCD activities
including watercraft inspections, outreach, supervision and monitoring. Flexible scheduling.
Regular working hours will include weekends and holidays. Apply via mail or email by
February 18, 2019
The Regional Farm Bill Forester is classified as an employee who provides technical services under policies established by the North St. Louis SWCD. This position works directly with landowners who wish to manage forested land and also mentors less-experienced SWCD foresters. The position is based out of Virginia, Minnesota and works in Carlton, Cook, Lake and St. Louis Counties. Apply via mail or email by January 30, 2019.
New This Year: River Birch, Black Chokeberry, & Peachleaf Willow
Tree Sale Order Deadline: Monday, May 6, 2019
Tree Pickup Days: Thursday, May (9:00 am – 3:30 pm) & Friday, May 10 (9:00 am – 6:00 pm)
Tree Pickup Location: 7979 Hwy 37, Eveleth (Near the intersection of MN 37 & US 53)
Quantities are limited. Order early for best selection!
Our mission is to encourage sustainable use of our natural resources by engaging people in soil and water conservation in northern St. Louis County. With local elected leadership, we offer programs that fit our people and our land. The North St. Louis SWCD is a local government agency that offers these services to land owners and users in the northern part of St. Louis County, Minnesota:
Aquatic Invasive Species Program Coordinator
218-471-7285 / 218-749-2000