Youth Programs

Watershed Eco-Camp

This program delivers hands-on learning experiences to youth within the district, to ensure the future stewards of Manitoba’s natural resources understand and support the concept of watershed-based natural resource conservation.

Wetlands Classroom

Situated along the Trans Canada Trail just east of Russell Manitoba, this site is a perfect location for wetlands education, bird watching or just enjoying natural wildlife habitat.
Be sure to pick up a Wetlands Fact Sheet provided at the site by Ducks Unlimited Canada.

Field Trips

Throughout the year, LPCD staff host school field trips to compliment the science curriculum. Whether it’s a hands-on experience, or visiting our educational centre, there is always something new to learn!

For further information on the above activities, please contact our office or check out our calendar of events.

  • Upcoming Events


    **2019/2020 Shelterbelt Program is now completed **

    Applications for the 2019/2020 Shelterbelt Program are no Longer Available  

    Shelter Belt Program Application Form 2019 

    This is a list of trees that are offered through the program.

    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!

  • Rain Barrels

    Rain Barrels

    Rain barrels can be purchased from our office for $60