Isanti Soil & Water Conservation District

 

District staff

2018 Staff Picture cropped

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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Thomas Zimmermann
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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2019 Isanti SWCD Policy Handbook

Rain Garden Information

Rain Garden Incentive Program - City of Isanti

The City of Isanti views rain gardens as a powerful tool to manage stormwater, as well as a great way to add aesthetic elements to residential lots. In order to encourage its residents to install rain gardens, the City of Isanti has the Residential Rain Garden Incentive Program. Program participants will be given tools for planning and implementing rain gardens on their property, and approved applicants will be reimbursed 50% of the cost, up to $500, for plants, soil, and other supplies to get the garden started.  Click here for more information.

2018 Annual Highlights

2018 was a busy year for Isanti SWCD. Click here to read all about our most recent Conservation programs and priorities. We would like to send out a special thank you to all our Federal,monitoring culvert sm State, and Local partners who support our mission to preserve, protect and enhance water quality, soil, and other natural resources in Isanti County. We’re already planning great things for 2019 including targeted agricultural outreach, lakeshore restorations on Green Lake, and conservation planning in the Lower St. Croix Watershed.