Wetlands, Shorelines and Streambanks

Wetlands, Shorelines and streambanks are important and intricate parts of aquatic ecosystems.

Managing these areas properly is important to the health of our lakes, rivers and streams. Agricultural, judicial and municipal drainage, transportation infrastructure, recreational development and urban stormwater all have an effect on the amount of runoff to our streams, rivers, wetlands and lakes.


Learn more about some of the essential resources PRWD works to protect:



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Upcoming Meetings and Events
15 June 2017
June Monthly Manager Meeting

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PRWD in the News

MPR News Story on PRWD Flowering Rush Project

Dan Gunderson, MPR News, visited Lake Sallie with Brent Alcott to discuss the success of the…

MnDNR begins ZM pilot project treatment

Water Management Plan Update

The Pelican River Watershed District Board of Managers is seeking your input to help us with…

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Recent Water Levels
Detroit 1334.6 ft
Last Updated: 7/28/2016
Floyd(s) 1354.6 ft
Last Updated: 7/26/2016


Melissa 1328.6 ft
Last Updated: 7/28/2016
Sallie 1329.8 ft
Last Updated: 7/28/2016

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