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Ag Action Manitoba

This article was added Aug 10, 2018 9:36 AM

Ag Action Manitoba Program provides funding that will help farmers implement and adopt beneficial management practices (BMP). More information can be found here

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Tree Seedlings Program

May 3, 2018 1:22 PM

If you have applied for the Community Tree Nursery Program with the WIWCD in the fall of 2017, Tree Seedlings are available for pick up at Sabados Green House

from May 3 - May 18, 2018.

 

Find more about Sabados Green House here 

New era beginning for CD

Apr 26, 2018 9:44 AM New era beginning for conservation efforts in Manitoba. Their's the $ 102-million provincial conservation trust fund, new legislation to align CDs along watershed boundaries, the proposed ALUS-like GRowing Outcomes in Watershed (GROW) program and the province's "Made-in-Manitoba" green plan all waiting in the wings.  ...more

Beaver Trapping Workshop

Apr 18, 2018 4:25 PM The West INterlake Watershed Conservation District and Manitoba Trappers Association will be hosting Beaver Workshops at multiple locations throughout the month of May. These Workshops will be instructed by members of Manitoba Trappers Association K. Fjeldsted and N. Brandstrom. Workshops are FREE OF CHARGE. Lunch will be provided. Please bring outdoor clothing. To register please call 204-762-5850 or email ...more

Predator Workshop

Nov 17, 2017 11:51 AM The West Interlake Watershed Conservation District and the RM of Armstrong will be hosting Predator Workshop on December 2, 2017 in Inwood. This workshop will be instructed by members of Manitoba Trappers Association K. Fjeldsted and N. Brandstrom. To register please call 204-762-5850 or 204-280-0181. Workshop is FREE OF CHARGE. For more information call Neil Brandstrom @ 204-739-5452 Find our flyer ...more

Flooding and Well Water Safety

Apr 10, 2017 2:20 PM During a flood, there is an increased risk that drinking water wells may become contaminated with bacteria and/or any other contaminants that may be present in the flood water. Any well water, whether deep or shallow, can become contaminated when flood occurs. Homeowners are responsible for assessing the risk to their wells and should boil water used for drinking and cooking if the risk is high....more
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