Lundar, Manitoba

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About The WIWD

The WIWD strives to be the lead local watershed organization, bringing a holistic and sustainable management perspective to issues affecting surface and groundwater quality and quantity. The WIWD is comprised of watershed residents that are divided into Sub Districts based on sub watershed boundaries.

WIWD Commitment 2022

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Sustainable Agriculture Manitoba (SAM)

Jan 19, 2024 4:26 PM

Sustainable Agriculture Manitoba (SAM)

Submissions due: February 13th 2024

SAM Programs Homepage

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Living Labs Co-Development Session (Interlake Region)

Jan 9, 2024 10:00 AM

Living Labs Co-Development Session

Thursday January 25th 2024 - 9:00am-3:00pm

Location: 50 3rd Ave, Lundar MB (Lundar Legion #185)

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WIWD Environmental Assistant Job Posting

Jan 4, 2024 12:09 PM

The West Interlake Watershed District manages the health and resilience of our local watersheds, committed to sustainable practices and the preservation Read More

WIWD Office Closed December 25 through January 1st

Dec 21, 2023 4:24 PM

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Upcoming Meetings & Events

Living Labs Co-Development Session (Interlake Region)

Thursday January 25th 2024 - 9:00am-3:00pm

Location: 50 3rd Ave, Lundar MB (Lundar Legion #185)

The goals of the first co-development session will be:

  • Present the overarching goals of Living Labs, gather the priorities of producers as they pertain to the program.
  • Identify innovative practices to implement the research activities.
  • Identify leading producers willing to have research sites on their land/or be involved in some other way.

Primary discussion will be focused on cropping & livestock integration, as well as natural infrastructure role and integration in agricultural systems.

Living Labs Manitoba Information - MAW

Contact: admin@wiwd.ca (204)-762-5850


Manitoba Resilient Agricultural Landscape Program (RALP)

Submissions due: January 22nd 2024

RALP Producer Funding Applications

Producers may submit funding applications to the province under the streams of Agroforestry and Grasslands & Grazing Management.

Eligible applicants can be reimbursed for up to 75% of total approved eligible expenses, to a maximum $15,000 per project. Please visit the above link for the program guide, applications, and eligibility stipulations.


Sustainable Agriculture Manitoba (SAM)

Submissions due: February 13th 2024

SAM Programs Homepage

Producers may submit funding applications to the province under the streams of Cropland, Manure, and Water Management.

Cost-share values range with the BMP. Please visit the above link for the program guide, applications, and eligibility stipulations.