Manitoba

Sustainable Development

Integrated watershed management planning is a cooperative effort by watershed residents, government and other stakeholders to create a long term plan to manage land, water and related resources on a watershed basis.

All watershed management plans are unique and are a reflection of the landscape and concerns of the community within each watershed. In Manitoba, Conservation Districts play a large role in plan development and implementation.

There are opportunities to get involved with a watershed planning initiative near you. Use the map to your right to click on your watershed and find out more about integrated watershed management planning in your area.

Click here to see a brochure that describes the watershed planning process.

Click here for more information on Manitoba Conservation Districts.

 

 

East Souris Watershed Netley Watershed West Lake Watershed Dauphin Lake Central Assiniboine Watershed La Salle River Watershed Seine River Watershed Rat River Watershed Willow Creek Watershed Iceland River Watershed Fisher River Watershed Whitemud Watershed Pembina Valley Watershed East Duck Mountain / Sagemace Bay Watershed Little Saskatchewan River Watershed West Souris Watershed Arrow Oak Watershed Birdtail Assiniboine Watershed Shell River Watershed Swan River Watershed Cooks Devils Creek Southwest Interlake Roseau River

 

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