CD3 is proudly partnered with an array of non-profits and public organizations that we feel mirror our commitment to protecting water resources and stopping AIS.
Wildlife Forever is America's leading all-species conservation charity. Present in all 50 states, their multi-species conservation vision is unique, supporting both fish and critters and the wild places they inhabit. No matter which species is your favorite, chances are Wildlife Forever has been there to help ensure healthy and diverse populations.
As the official non-profit partner of CD3, the support and guidance of Wildlife Forever has been integral to our mission from the very start, and we're thrilled to continue working with them for the foreseeable future.
Find out more about WF at wildlifeforever.org
Clean, Drain, Dry Initiative
The Clean Drain Dry Initiative TM uses the common denominator found in outreach education to generate behavior-changing practices in recreational users that help protect natural resources from invasive species.
The core tenet of CD3 Station is empowering boaters to Clean, Drain, Dry, and Dispose when they enter or exit a lake. The Clean Drain Dry Initiative (CD2) fits perfectly within that directive and we're pleased to work with them to help spread awareness of Aquatic Invasive Species and what you, the user, can do to keep our natural resources safe from harm.
Find out more at facebook.com/CleanDrainDry/
Three Rivers Park District
As our very first pilot partner, TRPD has been a partner in testing, design, and has given valuable feedback-- Not to mention being the first to take the plunge and install a CD 3 station!
Check them out at threeriversparks.org
As one of our first pilot partners, Hennepin has been there from the start and worked with us to develop our off-grid unit. With 2 CD3 stations installed, Hennepin County has a true commitment to stopping AIS!
Find out more at hennepin.us
St. Louis County
St. Louis County featured the second ever CD3 station, installed on Pike Lake in Canosia Township. We're proud to continue working up north to cover as much of the land of 10,000 lakes as possible and keep AIS at bay.
Find out more at stlouiscountymn.gov