Articles & News : Carrie Ruud
Soil and Water Conservation Districts, while perhaps not as well-known as the DNR or PCA, are a vital component of a healthy environment by helping direct and manage natural resource programs in MinnesotaContinue reading
A bonding request would help fully fund a program that establishes conservation practices on private land using state and federal dollars, supporters sayContinue reading
A bill that would incentivize water-friendly salt application methods was approved as amended by the House Environment and Natural Resources Policy and Finance CommitteeContinue reading
Sen. Carrie Ruud, R-Breezy Point, was named Legislator of the Year by the Minnesota Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts for her work in preserving Minnesota’s environment during the 2017 legislative sessionContinue reading
the Brainerd lakes area legislative delegation gave their take on how the recently completed 2017 session of the Minnesota Legislature played out for respective districtsContinue reading
State Sen. Carrie Ruud lives in the heart of Minnesota lakes country… She’s pro-conservation, pro-environment and pro-clean waterContinue reading
in Minnesota,” she said.She said the minnows can be obtained from a bio-secure facility, an option she prefers to the risk of potentially spreading around minnows from aquatic invasive species-infeContinue reading
Senator Rudd is chief author of SF 1486 which provides bonding for state funds needed to match federal funding for the Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (CREP) which protects riparian buffers and marginal agricultural lands for water quality.
Senator Ruud is a co-author of SF 262 which allocates Legacy funds from the Outdoor Heritage Fund for habitat protection and restoration.
Senator Ruud is chief author of SF 1417 which creates a statewide goal of a 25 % improvement in water quality by 2025.