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Planning now for the long-term health and sustainability of Manitoba's boreal forest ecosystem is one of the best ways to restore and protect the health of Lake Winnipeg, which is why Conserving the Boreal Forest is Action 2 of our Lake Winnipeg Health Plan.

Last month, the Province of Manitoba held a multi-stakeholder summit in The Pas/Opaskwayak Cree Nation to explore the development of a Manitoba Boreal Strategy. Greetings were offered by Conservation and Water Stewardship Minister Gord Mackintosh and Aboriginal and Northern Affairs Minister Eric Robinson, and a keynote address was given...

The results are in!

After a summer filled with great submissions and some very difficult deliberations by our judges at Photo Central, we’re proud to announce the 12 winners of our #lovetheboreal photo contest!

Don't forget to check out all the amazing entries at lovetheboreal.ca. (We're partial to the beautiful lake shots...)

Thanks again to everyone who entered and shared the beauty of Manitoba’s boreal forest – and a big congratulations to the winners!

Category: Land and Waterscapes

First place: Alyssa Arnold

Second Place: Dave Cupples...

At LWF, we love Lake Winnipeg – and we also love the boreal forest. (Did you know that approximately two-thirds of the water that ends up in Lake Winnipeg filters through the boreal forest? That’s just one of the reasons why Conserving the Boreal Forest is Action 2 of our Lake Winnipeg Health Plan.)

If you love Manitoba’s boreal forest, too, we’ve got some exciting news for you: LWF has partnered with six other organizations to bring you a fun photo contest with some amazing prizes!

The #lovetheboreal photo contest is open to amateur and professional photographers. There are four categories...

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