About the MWMO
Everything you ever wanted to know about the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization. Learn about the MWMO’s mission, organization, history, and our six areas of excellence.
Board of Commissioners
The MWMO’s Board of Commissioners is its governing body. The board has ultimate decision-making authority over the MWMO’s projects, programs, staffing and budget. There are seven voting MWMO commissioners — one from each of the MWMO’s member communities.
Citizen Advisory Committee
The Mississippi Watershed Management Organization’s Citizen Advisory Committee is composed of volunteers who provide guidance and oversight of the MWMO. Citizen advisors review the MWMO’s annual budget, make recommendations on grant proposals and assist with planning, outreach and other activities.
The latest info on job openings and internship opportunities at the MWMO. If you’d like to be notified whenever new jobs are posted, you can sign up to receive email updates.
Whatever you need, MWMO staff are here to help. Use our directory to locate the right MWMO staff person to address your needs. Feel free to contact staff directly with questions about a particular project or initiative.
Annual Activity & Financial Reports
Watershed management organizations are required by law to submit an annual activity report, financial report and financial audit. These documents serve as an annual records of our progress in meeting our mission, goals and objectives.
Watershed Management Plan
The Mississippi Watershed Management Organization is committed to protecting, managing and improving the water resources and habitat within our watershed boundaries. We proactively seek out future opportunities for stormwater treatment across the watershed that fits with the desired land use of the redevelopment occurring.