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Keeping Water on the Land

Manitoba Eco-Network, Ducks Unlimited, Lake Winnipeg Foundation, and Manitoba Conservation Districts Association are proud to announce: Keeping Water on the Land: Be Part of the Lake Winnipeg Solution. Do you care about Lake Winnipeg? Do you worry about the human hardship, environmental implications or financial costs of our next flood or how much effort is needed to ensure the quality of your drinking water? Register: www.mbwatercaucus.org

Where:
Greenwood Inn & Suites
1715 Wellington Ave.
When:
Thursday, June 20, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM
What:
Educational
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