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Flooding and Well Water Safety

This article was added 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 information

The Province of Manitoba offers private water system owners a subsidy for bacteriological analysis of their drinking water through Horizon Lab.

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Water Testing Fee at Horizon Lab

Additional News

Southwest Interlake Watershed Management Plan Launched

May 9, 2014 12:56 PM The West Interlake Watershed Conservation District will partner with Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship, municipalities, First nation and Metis communities, and stakeholder organizations to develop a watershed management plan for the Southwest Interlake area. The locally developed plan will invite the participation of local residents, stakeholders and all levels of government and outline ac ...more

Farming in a Changing Climate in Manitoba

Jun 18, 2013 2:41 PM

A guide to sustainable cropping systems - April 2013.

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Farming in a Changing Climate in Manitoba

Jun 18, 2013 2:27 PM

A guide to sustainable livestock systems - April 2013. 


Water Days Festival

Jun 18, 2013 1:25 PM

A water festival, organized by West Interlake Watershed Conservation District (WIWCD), East Interlake Conservation District (EICD) and Oak Hammock Marsh, was held at the Rubber Ducky more

WIWCD receives funding

May 17, 2013 12:39 PM

West Interlake Watershed Conservation District receives funding from the Fish Enhancement Fund. Interlake MLA Tom Nevakshonoff presented a cheque..... more

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