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May 2021

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Dear LWF supporter,

We hope you can join us online for the Lake Winnipeg Foundation’s 2021 Annual General Meeting, taking place on Tuesday, May 18, 2021, at 7 p.m. CDT. Once again, this will be a live, virtual event – a format that allows us to stay safe while also staying connected. If you would like to attend, please register using the Zoom webinar link.

You can find our 2020 annual report, voting link and all other AGM materials on our website.

LWF members in good standing have the right to vote on AGM business online between April 21 and May 16. You can renew your membership (or become a member!) with a secure donation of $50 or more. If you are uncertain of your membership status, please email info@lakewinnipegfoundation.org. Our successes are possible because of your commitment. Thank you!

Our AGM is free to attend and open to all. We look forward to providing you with an update on our work over the past year, and we’ll hear from our partners at the Lake Winnipeg Indigenous Collective. Plus, we’re excited to welcome special guest Geoff Gunn from the International Institute for Sustainable Development, who’ll be sharing a recently developed business case for community-based monitoring across Canada.

LWF’s AGM is a great opportunity to learn more about our work, celebrate our achievements and get involved in future plans. See you on May 18!

The LWF team

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Just in time for the May long weekend – the unofficial start of cottage season in Manitoba – local jewelry designer Johanna Brierley has launched a new collection in support of a healthy Lake Winnipeg!

The pieces in the JBJD + LWF Collection were created using “lucky stones” from the beaches of Lake Winnipeg, discovered and generously donated by local lake-lovers. All proceeds from the limited-time collection are being donated to LWF.

Lucky stones, also known as hole stones, holey stones, Odin stones or Hag stones, are stones that feature naturally occurring holes. Found on beaches around the...

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