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The South Kinnickinnic Farmer-Led Watershed Council is a group of farmers and landowners working together to improve soil and water conservation within the Rocky Branch and South Fork Watersheds. The council was established 2013. The South Kinnickinnic River watershed is approximately 27 square miles in size and is located mostly in Pierce County as well as part of St. Croix County.
To promote farmer learning, council members organize events such as workshops, field days, and seminars.
The council offers incentives to farmers in the watershed for implementing conservation practices including grassed waterways, soil testing, farm walkovers, buffer strips, and cover crops.
The council meets regularly during winter months at the River Falls Town Hall.