Northeast Glacial Lakes Watershed Improvement & Protection Project


Click below for lake levels and flooding information:




SD Dept. of Environment and Natural Resources new Historical Lake Levels



 Mission Statement

The goal of the Northeast

Glacial Lakes Watershed
 Improvement and Protection
 Project is to improve and
protect the water quality
 of northeast South Dakota
 lakes and streams.



The Northeast Glacial Lakes Watershed Improvement and Protection Project is a cooperative venture between Day, Grant, Marshall and Roberts County Conservation Districts to protect and improve the water quality of northeast South Dakota lakes,  reservoirs, streams and rivers.  This web site will provide information to agricultural landowners and producers on cost share programs available to implement best management practices designed to improve water quality, livestock and cropland production plus a wealth of information useful for lakeshore property owners, recreational users and the general public.


 The Conservation Show

Listen every Thursday at 10:00AM on Radio Station B102.9 KBWS Sisseton

Information on Hunting & Fishing

Soil  & Water

State Parks


Conservation in the glacial lakes region


(Listen Live)


Upcoming Events
Lake and Stream Ecology and Water Quality Work
June 3 -5, 2019
NeSoDak Environmental Learning Center - Enemy Swim Lake