Erosion Control Initatives

Erosion Control Initiatives

The removal of soil, sand or silt like material by natural elements or human error.

Program Objectives:

We aim to aid land owners, RM’s, and town offices alike. Erosion can negatively impact agriculture production, property value, and water quality.


  • Land owner must be located in the Lake of the Prairies Conservation District.
  • Some form or erosion must be evident on the landowners, RM’s, or towns’ property.


Landowners Responsibility:

  • Request assistance by attached application, which is to be received by the Conservation District office;
  • Provide consent of entry for construction and inspection, if necessary;
  • Provide sufficient room for construction and in no way the completed work be altered or changed.

Conservation District Responsibility:

  • Provide on-site inspection with landowner (if available) prior to construction;
  • Coordinate, oversee, and carry out all responsibilities required to complete works; and
  • Inspect annually after spring run-off

General Terms and Conditions:

  • Subject to the above terms, the Agreement shall become effective and shall be binding upon both parties until terminated;
  • If either party fails to meet the above mentioned responsibilities, the Agreement may be terminated by the other party via written notice;
  • Said termination shall take effect as of five (5) years subsequent to the effective date hereafter described;
  • The annual projects resulting form this program will be subject to funds appropriated;
  • Engineering and technical service and financial assistance for project construction or maintenance will be subject to the availability of staff.
  • Failure of landowner to meet landowner responsibilities may negate his eligibility for other District programs.


Erosion Control Program Application

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    **2019/2020 Shelterbelt Program is Now Open **


    Applications for the 2019/2020 Shelterbelt Program Now Available  

    Shelter Belt Program Application Form 2019 

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    Green Ash, Bur Oak, Caragana, Red Osier Dogwood, Common Lilac, Manitoba Maple, Oakanese Poplar, Siberian Larch, Scots Pine, Blue Spruce, White Spruce, Black Hills Spruce, Acute Willow

    We only have so much money for this program, so once we max out on orders the program is closed for the year.  We strongly recommend those who are interested to submit your applications and cheques ASAP as we don’t hold spots.  Its a first come, first serve program.

    Thank you!

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