Valuing, Protecting, and Improving

the Cannon River Watershed’s land and water for the benefit of all.

Learn more and join us!

Upcoming Events:

Cleaner Water, Heathier Soils: Year End Fundraising Campaign

We have a lot to celebrate in 2021. We did some of that celebrating at the “Cider on the Cannon” Member party on Oct. 2nd at Keepsake Cidery in Dundas.

But we have even more to be happy about. A recent study in Rice Creek showed that the cover crop fields that our farmer partners have been planting have reduced nitrate flow in the creek by 34%. This at a time when nitrate levels are RISING in rivers, lakes, and streams in the region.

Our community engagement projects continue despite the pandemic with over 200 volunteers helping with the Cannon River Watershed-Wide CleanUP this year as they pulled over 8,000 pounds of litter from area rivers, lakes, and parks.

And that brings us to you.

We need your ongoing support to keep “Making Clean Water Happen” in the Cannon River Watershed. Please make a donation of your time and resources today.


Clean River Partners is Hiring!

CRP Administrative Assistant – Position Description

Contact Kristi Pursell at kristi@cleanriverpartners.org with questions or to apply. 


2021 Faribault Stormwater Poster Contest

Students in grades 2-5 in the City of Faribault can participate in the Faribault Stormwater Poster Contest and win prizes! Learn more at www.CleanRiverPartners.org/poster.

Clean River Partners Updates and Newsletters

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See Our Upcoming Events!

Check out our monthly calendar and our Events Page here to see what we’re up to.

Our Video of The Month

Learn about Cover Crops, Tillage, and Trout with this featured video. For more information, check out our Conservation Projects tab here.

Our Vision and Values

Clean River Partners is an environmental non-profit based in Northfield, MN dedicated to inspiring people and organizations to value, protect, and improve the Cannon River Watershed’s land and water. In order to serve the community in constructive ways, we focus on three core values: Resilience, Equity, and Engagement.