Join us in Ponemah on Saturday, July 29, to learn about current advocacy campaigns to protect Lake Winnipeg – and how you can get involved!
This event will feature a presentation by LWF Executive Director Alexis Kanu on evidence-based phosphorus reduction, followed by a Q&A. Plus, make sure to stop by our outreach table to pick up information and other materials you can use to speak up for the lake!
Where: Ponemah Beach Central Art Centre, 27 Central Ave, Dunnottar When: Saturday, July 29, 10 a.m.
Open to all and free to attend with refreshments provided.
Manitoba’s water strategy action plan has ignored available phosphorus data that could improve water decision-making and protect Lake Winnipeg – despite stated objectives to support community-based monitoring and increase collaboration and sharing of water data.
Released July 5, 2023, the plan identifies 72 actions meant to advance the goals and objectives found within a broader water management strategy framework released in November 2022.
Manitoba Environment and Climate had previously solicited public feedback to inform the development of the action plan. Our April 2023 submission...
Join us in Victoria Beach on Thursday, July 27, to learn how the Lake Winnipeg Community-Based Monitoring Network is pointing the way towards solutions for Lake Winnipeg.
Presented by the Victoria Beach & District Walk for Water Committee, this evening event will feature a presentation by LWF Executive Director Alexis Kanu followed by a Q&A. Plus, make sure to stop by our outreach table to pick up information you can use to advocate for the lake!
When: Thursday, July 27, 2023, at 7 p.m. (Doors open at 6:30 p.m.) Where: East Beaches Social Scene, 3 Ateah Rd in Victoria Beach. Note: this...