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Our three-part Water Wednesdays series took place in October 2016 and featured local experts talking local water: from algae blooms to zebra mussels and everything in between.

Special thanks to our series sponsor, Desjardins Financial Security Investments Inc., to our guests – and of course, to everyone who joined us in Assiniboine Park for these lively conversations.

This video shows highlights from our Oct. 19 event, So now what: Water stewardship in the real world, with:

  • Justin Reid, Manager, LaSalle Redboine Conservation District
  • Loren Remillard, President and CEO, The Winnipeg Chamber of...

Our three-part Water Wednesdays series took place in October 2016 and featured local experts talking local water: from algae blooms to zebra mussels and everything in between.

Special thanks to our series sponsor, Desjardins Financial Security Investments Inc., to our guests – and of course, to everyone who joined us in Assiniboine Park for these lively conversations.

This video shows highlights from our Oct. 12 event, Creating smart water policy: Who gets to make the rules? Featured in it are guests:

  • Gordon Goldsborough, Chair of the Manitoba Water Council, professor at the University of...

Our three-part Water Wednesdays series took place in October 2016 and featured local experts talking local water: from algae blooms to zebra mussels and everything in between.

Special thanks to our series sponsor, Desjardins Financial Security Investments Inc., to our guests – and of course, to everyone who joined us in Assiniboine Park for these lively conversations.

This video shows highlights from our Oct. 5 event, Frankly, Lake Winnipeg, no one gives a damn: Public perceptions and why they matter, with:

  • Richard Cloutier, Broadcaster, 680 CJOB/Global News
  • Mary Agnes Welch, Research...
High Tides Music Video

A group of very talented students from St. John's-Ravenscourt School wrote and recorded a song, and created their own music video — all to raise funds for LWF! It's so encouraging to see young people working to save our lake. Check out the video here!

Lake Winnipeg: Shared Solutions

Here's a great video about the Manitoba Museum's latest interactive exhibit — complete with apperances by LWF executive director Alexis and Alex Salki, chair of LWF's Science Advisory Council.

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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.