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Partners

LWF believes in the power of collaboration. We gratefully acknowledge the organizations helping us work to achieve our goal of a healthy Lake Winnipeg and watershed.

Sustaining contributors:

 

The Thomas Sill Foundation
 

The Pollard Family Foundation
 

Red River Co-op
 

Assiniboine Credit Union

 

Funders:

 

Assiniboine Credit Union
 

Brokenhead Ojibway Nation

Canadian Environmental Grantmakers' Network
 

Environment Canada
 

Investors Group
 

 

Manitoba Community Services Council Inc.
 

Manitoba Hydro

Manitoba Sustainable Development

Mountain Equipment Co-op
 

RBC Blue Water Project
 

Sitka Foundation

 

The Commission for Environmental Cooperation
 

The Government of Canada’s Youth Employment Strategy
 

 

The Winnipeg Foundation

 

Tides Canada

 

WWF – Loblaws

 

Partners:

 

Brokenhead Ojibway Nation

Canadian Freshwater Alliance

Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society

Centre for Earth Observation Sciences (University of Manitoba)

Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources

Ducks Unlimited Canada

East Interlake Conservation District

Environment and Climate Change Canada

Faculty of Science, the Richardson College for the Environment, University of Winnipeg

IISD-Experimental Lakes Area

La Salle Redboine Conservation District

Lake Friendly

Lake Winnipeg Basin Information Network/Department of Geography U of M

Lake Winnipeg Indigenous Collective

Lake Winnipeg Research Consortium

Living Lakes Canada

Manitoba Environmental Industries Association

Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre

Manitoba Hydro

Manitoba Sustainable Development

Manitoba Water Council

Norway House Cree Nation

Pembina Valley Conservation District

Red River Science Acadamy

Royal Canadian Geographic Institute

Seine-Rat River Conservation District

South Basin Mayors and Reeves

South Central Eco Institute

The Manitoba Museum

Village of Dunnottar

Water Caucus of the Manitoba Eco-Network

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.