Connecting Manitobans and providing environmental information and education gives us many opportunities for programs, projects and activities.

Resource Centre – Alice Chambers Memorial Library

We operate a library of environmental resources in the form of books, reports, magazines, journals and DVDs/videos for free loan to the public. Though no longer an official registry, we also hold a wide range of archived public registry development proposals for the province of Manitoba.

Member Group Services

We provide networking and information services for 71 Member Groups, as well as meeting space and equipment for those groups without offices. We also hold events and workshops and an annual Member Forum to bring our groups together and share information to help them work more effectively.

Information and Referral Services

We connect government, media and the public with our environmental and social reform member organizations working on a wide variety of issues as well as experts in the community and beyond.


We undertake projects to educate and increase public awareness on sustainable alternatives and to provide services to the environmental community.

Our projects:


We publish the Eco Journal quarterly, providing information about local environmental issues from a viewpoint not normally found in the mainstream media. Some of our projects also publish resources. Member Groups and Individual Members also receive a Monthly E-Bulletin with alerts for upcoming events and news from the environmental community.

Eco Volunteer Program

We help individuals transform their concern for the environment into meaningful action by connecting them with our Member Groups.

Environmental Awards

The Anne Lindsey Protecting Our Earth Awards are awarded each year to recognize significant contributions to the awareness and protection of Manitoba’s environment.


Upon request, we provide presentations on a wide variety of environmental topics to groups in the community.

Suggested Fees* for Manitoba Eco-Network Presentations (based on 1-1.5 hr presentation)
Member Groups of Manitoba Eco-Network: No Charge (unless participants will be charged)
Schools, Non-Profit Groups, Community Events: $40
Small Commercial Enterprises, Workshops, Conferences: $75
Large Commercial Enterprises, Agencies, Institutions: $150

*NOTE: Suggested fees help support the work of Manitoba Eco-Network. They may be adjusted to match your organization’s budget. A travel subsidy may be required for presentations outside of Winnipeg.

The EcoCentre

Manitoba Eco-Network is located in the EcoCentre on the third floor of Winnipeg’s Mountain Equipment Co-op, one of Canada’s greenest buildings. Located at 303 Portage Avenue, the EcoCentre is also home to other environmental organizations. Read more about the EcoCentre.