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Turtle River Watershed Conservation District

The Turtle River Watershed Conservation District (TRWCD) was established in 1975 and covers an area of approximately 2,330 km². It is located between the Riding Mountain Escarpment and Lake Dauphin and occupies the municipalities of Dauphin, Lakeshore, Ste Rose, Along, McCreary and Rosedale.

Ongoing soil, water, wildlife and fisheries programs by TRWCD involve numerous activities such as erosion control, alluvial fan stabilization, waterway and crossing maintenance, wildlife and fisheries enhancement, riparian stewardship, grassed waterway construction, abandoned well sealing, and recreation and public education initiatives.  The CD is currently developing an integrated watershed management plan for the Dauphin Lake Watershed.

Box 449, 630 Central Avenue
Ste Rose du Lac, Manitoba, R0L 1S0
204.447.2139 (P)
204.447.4070 (F)
www.trwcd.com
trwcd@mts.net