​​​​​​Important dates


Board Meeting Date

Tuesday, April 13th, at 9:00am

 Board Meeting Will Be Held at the Le Sueur County Justice Center located at 550 Commerce Dr, Le Center, MN 56057


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Join from the meeting link

https://lesueurcounty.webex.com/lesueurcounty/j.php?MTID=me6a96be125b7ad42deeda1d24a4ccb17

 
Join by meeting number
Meeting number (access code): 187 735 0405
Meeting password: YZqWe3RPz45
 

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Join by phone

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Dial 1877350405@lesueurcounty.webex.com

You can also dial 173.243.2.68 and enter your meeting number.

 
Join using Microsoft Lync or Microsoft Skype for Business

Dial 1877350405.lesueurcounty@lync.webex.com





The SWCD office will be closed a half day on April 2nd for Good Friday.



Due to the Covid-19 Virus our staff will be working out of the office.

We will be checking our emails and voicemails periodically. If you need IMMEDIATE assistance please contact one of the following employees:



Mike Schultz, District Manager: 952-807-3423

​Karl Schmidtke, Farm Bill Tech: 651-272-0583

Joe Jirik, District Technician: 952-807-2739

Nik Kadel, Ditch Specialist: 952-807-7109​


Preparedness plan - Link for Covid-19 office plan



LeSueur County Soil And Water Conservation District

Le Sueur County Soil & Water

Conservation District


181 W. Minnesota Street, Le Center, MN 56057


​New phone number

Office:  507-419-0365


Welcome!

At the Le Sueur County Soil and Water Conservation District We're dedicated to conservation.


The mission of the Le Sueur County Soil and Water District is to assist land users in order to increase the prodive use of the crop, pasture, woods, wildlife, urban and recreational lands, while maintaining and improving the soils base, Water quality, tree production, wildlife and quality of life in the country.

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