Isanti Soil & Water Conservation District

 

District staff

 

Our staff is here to serve the residents of Isanti County.  Due to limited staff and the outdoor nature of our service, staff may not be in the office at all times.  Consider calling ahead of your visit. 763-689-3271

Tiffany Determan
District Manager
Budgeting, Grant Administration, Program Development, One Watershed One Plan, Well Sealing, Large River Projects, Operational Administration, Water Quality Analysis
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Todd Kulaf
Conservation Technician
Technical assistance for Wetland Conservation Act, Stormwater Management, Lakeshore Restorations, Urban Subwatershed Assessments, Aquatic Invasive Species 
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Matthew Remer
Conservation Technician
Buffers, Agricultural Outreach, Water Monitoring, Groundwater Audits, Drill Rental
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Linda Gehrking
Administrative Assistant 
Tree sale questions and payments, billing, accounts receivable, accounts payable, website development 
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2020 Policy Handbook

Elementary Education-Aquatic Invasive Species Digital Training

Do you have a child at home? We have a fun environmental education activity for them!!

We recently worked with CLIMB Theater to develop an online class and a quiz targeted at elementary students. The goal of the class is to help explain what Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) are, how they negatively affect our lakes and how they can help control them.

The password protected site includes a quiz, teacher & parent survey, teacher's guide and the support material for interacting with the video.

Link: https://climb.org/2020/05/15/ais-isanti
Password: AI$anti2020

Education Opportunity

Elementary Education- Aquatic Invasive Species Digital Training

Do you have a child at home? We have a fun environmental education activity for them!!

We recently worked with CLIMB Theater to develop an online class and a quiz targeted at elementary students. The goal of the class is to help explain what Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) are, how they negatively affect our lakes and how they can help control them.

The password protected site includes a quiz, teacher & parent survey, teacher's guide and the support material for interacting with the video.

Link: https://climb.org/2020/05/15/ais-isanti
Password: AI$anti2020