Each year, the Manitoba Conservation Districts Association recognizes a CD member for their innovation and leadership towards conservation practices and the development of strong Conservation Districts. 2009 – Doug Dobrowolski (First Board Chairman of LSRBCD)
Each year, the Conservation District recognizes an individual, family or a group who have been actively promoting and practicing wise land management through the use of conservation practices. Examples of possible nominations would be a family who as an intensive recycling program, a farm that has implemented beneficial management practices throughout their operation, or a […]
Pinkerton Lakes Wildlife Refuge is located 6 miles south of Treherne on PR# 242. There is a multi-use trail including a floating dock walkway, picnic shelter & watchtower. It is an excellent place for viewing birds and wildlife.
The Boyne Valley Nature Trail is located in the Town of Treherne. It is a 1.5km trail that winds through the valley of a small tributary of the Boyne River. There are two 80ft bridges along the trail, one of which is covered.
In the winter of 2004-2005 the Cypress River Chamber of Commerce approached the La Salle Redboine Conservation District for assistance in increasing the appeal of their ‘Millennium Wayside Park’, located on the outskirts of Cypress River along Highway #2. In response, the La Salle Redboine Conservation District developed a proposal for a wetland discovery trail […]
The Red River Basin River Watch Monitoring Program, or River Watch, began in Minnesota in 1995. The watershed-wide program provides hands-on science opportunities for students, teachers, and citizens in Minnesota, North Dakota and Manitoba. The program provides leadership experiences for students, promotes community understanding of the importance of watersheds, and contributes to a greater understanding […]
Over 60 Carman Collegiate students had the opportunity to experience concepts from a year’s worth of Grade 10 Science with an Agro-Ecology Discovery Day on June 2. A year in the planning, this day was intended to bring together many different areas the students have been studying since last fall. Students participated in hands-on learning […]
Envirothon is an annual hands-on environmental education competition for high school students, designed to encourage team work, problem-solving skills, and public speaking skills while fostering an appreciation for current environmental issues. Often referred to as the “Environmental Olympics”, Envirothon combines the exhilaration of team competition, the challenge of learning about environmental issues, and the experience […]
LSRB can come visit your classroom. We would be happy to come and give a presentation on any number of conservation related topics. Please contact our office to arrange a visit.
Education for both landowners and school groups is the key to providing for long-term watershed health. Our Community Conservation Education Grant Program provides funding and assistance to communities and schools for the development of conservation education resources and includes projects like Nature Trails, Tree Plantings, Workshops, MB Envirothon, River Watch, and more.