Join the Citizen's Advisory Committee
The Watershed District Board of Managers is seeking applications to its 2020 Citizens Advisory Committee. Deadline: Dec 30, 2019. 4 pm.
Evening With the Watershed, December 3rd
In 2019, the RPBCWD celebrated 50 years as a watershed district. We invited our community to "Come Explore With Us", and enjoyed exploring and celebrating local water resources alongside local residents. We snowshoed, hiked, boated, cycled, and more, throughout the whole District. Join us on December 3rd to celebrate the final weeks of our…
Zebra Mussels Found in Lotus Lake
A water sample with zebra mussel larvae led to follow-up searches and confirmation of zebra mussels in Lotus Lake, located in the City of Chanhassen in Carver County.
Photo Contest Ends Friday, October 18th
We want to see the district through your eyes! We are looking for photos from all seasons, featuring lakes, streams, recreation, wildlife, plants, or anything else outdoors that catches your eye. Winners will have their photos printed in RPBCWD 2020 Calendar, highlighted at rpbcwd.org, shared on our social media accounts, and more! The RPBCWD photo…
45-day review period for updated rules
The comment period is now open for proposed revisions to the Riley Purgatory Bluff Creek Watershed District's regulatory requirements. In the past several months, Riley-Purgatory-Bluff Creek Watershed District has drafted revisions to its rules, based on input from a variety of stakeholders.
Celebrating Our Community, August 28
Join us on August 28th to celebrate this community we have been part of for 50 years.
Become a Master Water Steward
By joining the growing ranks of these passionate and dedicated volunteers, you can make a difference in keeping water clean and healthy. The 6-session course, which runs from October through April, is taught by top industry professionals and offers a network of like-minded peers.
In addition to catching news stories here, you can also subscribe to our email newsletter. Posted bi-monthly, it is a great way to stay up-to-date on watershed news and events. Sign-up using the link at the bottom of the page, and read past newsletters below.