Welcome back ALUS! Manitoba Missed YouBy admin
After a five-year hiatus ALUS returns to its Manitoba birthplace. Funding from Environment Canada to Delta Waterfowl will kick start a renewed ALUS effort in southwestern Manitoba. The project will be delivered with the Little Saskatchewan River Conservation District, a watershed that empties into the Assiniboine River near the city of Brandon.
Minister Shelly Glover made an announcement at the Fort Whyte Centre today to highlight funding for a number of projects, including ALUS, that will enhance water quality in the Lake Winnipeg basin. “It’s just great to have ALUS return to Manitoba where it all began with Keystone Agricultural Producers’ Ian Wishart and Delta’s Jonathan Scarth”, states Jim Fisher, Director of Conservation Policy.