Biennial Budget Request (BBR)
The BBR is intended to serve as the SWCD's annual plan of work, support local water management planning and project development, and improve state and local coordination of funds used by local governments for project and activity implementation.
Annual Plan of Work & Budget/Annual Report
The purpose of the Annual Plan of Work is to guide supervisors and staff in promoting and implementing conservation programs and activities in the upcoming year, and to help the citizens of Faribault County manage their soil and water resources more effectively. In addition to this report, the Faribault SWCD must also report annually to Faribault County Board of Commissioners, BWSR, MPCA, and other state agencies on funding provided to the district.
Natural Resources Block Grant (NRBG) Summary Report
The SWCD annually reports to BWSR on funds received for the implementation of the Local Water Management Plan, which includes the Wetland Conservation Act (WCA), Shoreland, Subsurface Sewage Treatment Systems (SSTS), Feedlots, and State Cost Share. This is done through their reporting program, eLINK, which enables the state to not only more efficiently manage programs, but also be able to measure positive advances in water quality and soil conservation.
Conservation Delivery grants provide each SWCD with funds for the general administration and operation of the district.
Easement delivery grants are allocated to each SWCD as compensation for local monitoring of easements and conducting spot checks.
Cost Share Base Grant Summary Report
Annual County Feedlot Officer (CFO) Report
The legislature provides funding to Faribault County to implement state feedlot regulations based primarily on the number of feedlots. The posted reports show the amount and work that was completed for the previous year. The County Feedlot Officer (CFO) should be contacted for any additional information.
Annual Wetland Conservation Act (WCA) Report
Annual Shoreland Report
Annual Subsurface Sewage Treatment System (SSTS) Report
The Faribault SWCD is subject to audit under the oversight of the Office of the State Auditor.
Clean Water Fund (CWF) Competitive Grant Report
The Clean Water Fund was established to implement part of Article XI, Section 15, of the Minnesota Constitution, with the purpose of protecting, enhancing, and restoring water quality in lakes, rivers, and streams in addition to protecting groundwater and drinking water sources from degradation.