Educators across the Southeast are going outside with their students to make real world connections to classroom learning.
The Seine-Rat River Conservation District is celebrating an important watershed moment on August 24, 2017.
The Seine-Rat River Conservation District is now open for business – in Steinbach! Our new head office location in Steinbach features plenty of homey space.
Citizen scientists around Manitoba are working together with Lake Winnipeg Foundation to tell an important story about the health of our watershed.
Surging surface water runoff and ice-plugged culverts resulting in localized urban flooding frustrated local governments and residents over this year’s spring melt.
Each year, eager frog lovers seek out the most ambitious amphibians worthy of competing at the St-Pierre Frog Follies National Frog Jumping Championship.
The Seine-Rat River Conservation District is excited to launch Backwater Buggin’ for Healthy Waterways. The purpose of this unique program is to collect information about the health of our rivers and streams by examining the different types of bug communities that live in our waterways.
The Vita Community Child Care Centre had a vision for developing a natural playground. They wanted to develop a space for children to connect with nature through outdoor play.
The Seine-Rat River Conservation District recently completed a surface water assessment in the Roseau River watershed.