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Watershed Management

East Souris River Watershed

The East Souris River Integrated Watershed Management plan identifies big picture issues and sets long and short term priorities for improving the watershed. This plan was created by representatives from the watershed community who formed the Watershed Planning Advisory Team (WPAT).  WPAT included watershed residents, local municipalities and government agencies who all came together to discuss watershed concerns and work together to develop long term solutions and goals for the watershed. The plan was the first of its kind in Manitoba and was completed in 2006.

Whitewater Lake Watershed

Steve Topping, Manitoba Water Stewardship Presentation

From the Whitewater Lake Public Consultation – Dec 7, 2011

Cam Meukon, Manitoba Conservation Presentation

From the Whitewater Lake Public Consultation – Dec 7, 2011

Proposed Outlet Factsheet

From the Whitewater Lake Public Consultation – Dec 7, 2011

Ecological Significance Factsheet

From the Whitewater Lake Public Consultation – Dec 7, 2011

View Real Time and Historical Whitewater Lake Levels

From the Water Survey of Canada – Environment Canada. www.wateroffice.ec.gc.ca

Pembina River Watershed

The Pembina River Integrated Watershed Management Plan was developed as a partnership between the Pembina Valley, Assiniboine Hills and Turtle Mountain Conservation Districts, The Province of Manitoba and an engaged group of community stakeholders.  The plan outlines tasks for residents, government agencies and other stakeholders that work towards conserving or restoring land, water and protecting drinking water sources in the watershed. The ten-year plan will act as a road map for anyone who wants to see this watershed support a healthy sustainable community in the future. The planning process extended over two years and was completed in 2010.

Pembina River IWMP

The Pembina River Integrated Watershed Management Plan was approved by The Honourable Christine Melnick, Minister of Water Stewardship on July 4, 2011.