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


    Shelterbelt Program

    Max of 100 trees per land owner LPCD covers 100% of the cost! Conditions Applications will be available August 1st until December 1st. 25% deposit is required to secure your order. Full reimbursement upon pick up. Basic trees offered Green Ash, Bur Oak, Caragana, Cottonwood, Redosier Dogwood, Lilac, Manitoba Maple, Hybrid Poplar, Siberian Larch, […]

    Shelterbelt Program Application Form

  • Rain Barrels

    Rain Barrels

    Rain barrels can be purchased from our office for $40