List of Accredited Viewers

State of Minnesota


List of Associate Members

State of Minnesota


Minnesota Water Law - Relating to Ditch Viewing

Section 103E - Drainage


Minnesota Water Laws

Statutes 103A - 114B
House Research


Viewer Links

Soil Survey - Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS)

Historic Plat Maps - State of Minnesota

MN DNR Landview (GIS)

NOAA/NWS - Point Precipitation Frequency Estimates

FINBIN - Farm Financial Data

Consumer Price Index - Bureau of Labor Statistics

MN DNR Buffer Mapping Tool

MN DNR Buffer Info Page


Partner Links

MAWD - Minnesota Association of Watershed Districts

BWSR - Board of Water of Soil Resources

SWCD - Counties on the Web

AMC - Association of MN Counties

The Drainage Outlet - U of M Extension Service

BWSR Drainage Information

Minnesota Drainage Viewers Association

Learn more about the ESRI GIS software

ArcGIS for desktop/laptop hardware requirements

Free Trial Information

Training Information Summary


Time: 

10 am - April 6, 2017


Location: 

Jackpot Junction Hotel and Convention Center

39375 County Hwy. 24

Morton, MN 56270

Photo courtesy of RCRCA staff.

     The Minnesota Viewers Association was established as an educational organization in 1981.  The association has, since it's establishment, worked to provide an unbiased approach to the determination of benefits and damages as set forth in the Minnesota States 103E.  It has strived to establish a professional approach to meet the needs and requirements for the viewing process to be accepted and defendable given the limited guidance stated within the statue.  Every effort is being made in the education of the association members to meet and follow the applicable accepted appraisal practices listed within the Uniform Practices of Professional Appraisal Practices.


     The Minnesota Viewers Association holds training seminars quarterly.  Training seminar information is available on the toolbar to the left.  Training dates will be posted a few weeks prior to the seminar.  Viewers must attend a minimum of two seminars a year in order to maintain Association Accreditation.