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Lake-friendly gift ideas

Looking for a holiday gift that keeps on giving? Our fundraising efforts include product sales!

For nature-lovers, gardeners or local art history buffs, we’ve got vintage limited-edition wood engraving prints, created by Henry Eric Bergman (1893-1958) and generously donated to us by this accomplished artist’s descendants.

Featuring plants found within Lake Winnipeg’s watershed, these prints are a great addition to any home or cottage. Each costs $80 and comes mounted on an 8 x 10, acid-free, archival mat – all that’s missing is the frame. Even better – 100% of proceeds support our ongoing work to restore and protect our great lake!

For the fashionistas, how about a handcrafted sterling silver necklace? Local jeweller Hilary Druxman has designed two special pieces for LWF as part of her popular philanthropic collection. They look great on their own or as companion pieces. Each piece costs $40, with a portion of all proceeds donated back to LWF. Supporting LWF never looked so good!

Have a music fan on your list? Tickets to our upcoming benefit concert, Love, Lake Winnipeg: A tribute to the songs of Sol Sigurdson, are now on sale for only $25 each! You can buy them through the West End Cultural Centre's box office, or through us!

Love, Lake Winnipeg: A tribute to the songs of Sol Sigurdson

Need a stocking stuffer? Tiber River’s H2Whoa foaming hand soap fits the bill – and, because it’s phosphate-free, it won’t add any algae-causing nutrients to our waterways. (It also smells amazing!) Small bottles cost $10 and refill bottles cost $30, and one dollar from the sale of every bottle is donated to LWF.

H2Whoa

Looking for a gift that doesn’t need wrapping? Consider making a donation of any amount to LWF in honour of someone special, or purchase them a one-year LWF membership with a donation of $50.

We have small quantities of all of our fundraising products at our office, ready for purchase and pick up.

This holiday season, choose to make a difference for Lake Winnipeg.

LWF publishes a newsletter, The Watershed Observer, twice a year. Our most recent edition includes information on our emerging community-based monitoring network, details about groundbreaking microplastics research made possible through our grants program, and helpful tips on how you can speak up for water by reaching out to decision makers.

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