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Continuing what has become an annual tradition, multi-instrumentalist and founder of C. F. Casey Guitars Fred Casey is performing a series of summer guitar concerts and donating all money raised to LWF! Head to the Whytewold Emporium on Friday, August 26 for your last chance of the summer to check out this talented musician and his efforts in support of a healthy Lake Winnipeg! 

Learn more about Fred on Page 5 of our Spring & Summer 2016 newsletter.

Continuing what has become an annual tradition, multi-instrumentalist and founder of C. F. Casey Guitars Fred Casey is performing a series of summer guitar concerts and donating all money raised to LWF! Head to the Whytewold Emporium on Friday, August 5 to check out this talented musician and his efforts in support of a healthy Lake Winnipeg! 

Learn more about Fred on Page 5 of our Spring & Summer 2016 newsletter.

Continuing what has become an annual tradition, multi-instrumentalist and founder of C. F. Casey Guitars Fred Casey is performing a series of summer guitar concerts and donating all money raised to LWF! Head to the Whytewold Emporium on Friday, July 22 to check out this talented musician and his efforts in support of a healthy Lake Winnipeg! 

Learn more about Fred on Page 5 of our Spring & Summer 2016 newsletter.

Continuing what has become an annual tradition, multi-instrumentalist and founder of C. F. Casey Guitars Fred Casey is performing a series of summer guitar concerts and donating all money raised to LWF! Head to the Whytewold Emporium on Father's Day, June 19 to check out this talented musician and his efforts in support of a healthy Lake Winnipeg! 

Learn more about Fred on Page 5 of our Spring & Summer 2016 newsletter.

Map image courtesy of Canadian Geographic

Geography, according to American professor Dr. Charles Gritzner, can be defined by three simple questions: “What is where?”, “Why there?” and “Why care?”

Gritzner’s definition – which speaks to location, ecological features and socio-cultural contexts – underlies OPEN Water, a collaborative initiative led by Canadian Geographic Education, a program of the Royal Canadian Geographic Society.

The multi-year, multi-aspect project’s title is an acronym that stands for Observe, Participate, Experience and Network. Last year, organizers brought together...

We’re thrilled about our collaboration with local artist Kal Barteski!

Designed exclusively for LWF and created with help from Huron Woodwork, these unique #kbscript art pieces are perfect for hanging on your wall, or displaying on your mantle or bookshelf. (They also make great gifts.) Best of all, all proceeds from every sale support our ongoing work, which means your purchase is not only beautiful, it’s also making a healthy Lake Winnipeg possible!

All items within this collection can be purchased through our website or by contacting us at our Winnipeg office. Purchased...

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K.Barteski - LoveYrLake
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“Love your lake” #kbscript art piece
$ 15.00

Show off your love for the lake with these unique #kbscript wooden art pieces designed exclusively for LWF by local artist Kal Barteski and featuring Kal’s signature brush script! Purchased pieces can be picked up at the LWF office or shipped to you within Canada for an additional cost. (Remember to add “shipping cost” to your cart when placing your order online and choose the shipping cost associated with the size of your piece.) *Please note: Due to fragility and/or weight, we strongly encourage in-person pick-up if at all possible.

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Join us on Saturday, May 21, 2016 for the start of beach season!

Say hello to LWF staff, learn more about our work, touch real zebra mussels and purchase some of our amazing fundraising products. We'll be at Walter White School from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. - hope to see you there!

(left to right) SRRCD Project Supervisor Chris Randall, SRRCD District Manager Jodi Goerzen, Board Chair Cornie Goertzen, LWF board member and Science Advisory Council Chair Alex Salki, SRRCD board member Larry Bugera

The Lake Winnipeg Foundation is pleased to announce that the Seine-Rat River Conservation District has been chosen to receive the 2015 Alexander Bajkov Award.

Named in memory of pioneering fisheries biologist Alexander Bajkov (1894 – 1955), this award was created by LWF in 2008 and is presented annually to those who demonstrate outstanding efforts to protect and restore the...

Click on the links below to read minutes from LWF's board meetings.

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