There are many programs offered through the LWCD to provide farmers with both technical and financial assistance to ensure soil and water quality. Click here to learn more.
If you have a cabin or home on a lake or river you can rely on the LWCD to provide you with tips to protect your investment. From shoreland lighting to habitat restoration to erosion control give us a call to learn how you can be a good steward.
The Iron County Land and Water Conservation Department (LWCD) provides education on environmental issues and on conservation practices. Many of you teach various environmental concepts already in your class whether it’s an english, art, science or another class in your school. We would like to offer support through our new class programs that may compliment your curriculum.
There are many ways to get involved in protecting the many beautiful lakes and rivers of Iron County. Volunteer activities can range from kayaking or canoeing your favorite stretch of a local stream to monitor for invasive species or stopping to take some simple water quality samples while you are out on your evening pontoon ride.
Conservation On Tap for 2016!
Back by popular demand we bring you the Conservation on Tap line up for 2016. From Monarchs to Bobcats, to Lake Superior’s Marine Sanctuary and more, you will be sure to find something that will peak your interest. Bring your friends, family, neighbors and that guy off the street, and join us for fun filled evenings full of interesting conversations at The Pines Beer Garden located in Mercer.Read more…