Clean Water Legacy Projects

Clean Water Land & Legacy Amendment

In 2008, Minnesota voters approved an increase in sales tax to create additional revenue in order to protect drinking water sources; to protect, enhance, and restore wetlands, prairies, forests, and fish, game, and wildlife habitat; to preserve arts and cultural heritage; to support parks and trails; and to protect, enhance, and restore lakes, rivers, streams, and groundwater. 

Many conservation projects and programs that Le Sueur County participates with is funded by the Clean Water Land & Legacy Amendment, specifically the Clean Water Funds.

Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment

Clean Water Fund Stories

Read Clean Water, Land and Legacy stories about restoration at the Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources.