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  • Our Organization

    Manitoba Conservation Districts Association (MCDA) is a non-profit organization which represents the 18 Conservation Districts (CD's) within Manitoba. MCDA has a board representative from each CD and provides one unified voice for the CD's. It promotes and highlights the successes of the CD program in sustainable watershed management.

  • Vision

    Our vision is to ensure the Conservation Districts are recognized by all Manitobans and supported provincially.

  • Mission

    Our mission is to provide a leadership role and unified voice between Conservation Districts, Water Stewardship and our partners in watershed management for Manitobans.

Our Publication

MCDA publishes "The Current" once a year.
Read it online or find out how to advertise.

Our Mandate

The organization was established to provide an information exchange and promotion among the Boards with a mandate of;

  • Leadership: to demonstrate and provide leadership and capacity building skills for Conservation District's boards.
  • Education: to build and enhance relations with the Conservation Districts and promote the understanding and value of strong watershed-based programming to public and private partners
  • Advocacy: be the unified voice for the Conservation Districts to champion stewardship in healthy watershed sustainability
  • Promotion: assume the role as a leader with a defined presence and profile in watershed management

Latest News

Little Saskatchewan Project Tours – July 15 & July 17

The Little Saskatchewan River Conservation District will be hosting 2 tours.  The first tour will be Tuesday, July 15 and … Continue reading

Welcome back ALUS! Manitoba Missed You

After a five-year hiatus ALUS returns to its Manitoba birthplace. Funding from Environment Canada to Delta Waterfowl will kick start … Continue reading

DUC & Assiniboine Hills CD work to restore local wetland

April 25, 2014 – Brandon, Man. – A small 56-year-old wetland conservation project in southwestern Manitoba has received a new … Continue reading

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