Sustainable living and environmental education in Winnipeg, research for the conservation of the Pembina Valley and environmental education, and working in partnership with local existing projects and other A Rocha projects internationally.
Alpine Club of Canada – Manitoba
Founded in Winnipeg in 1906, the Alpine Club of Canada represents the nation’s climbing community. Our network of members and facilities offers education, resources, and encouragement so that you can enjoy climbing and other wilderness activities year round.
Call2Recycle, Inc. (Call2Recycle) is North America’s premier product stewardship organization dedicated to minimizing the environmental impacts of products in the marketplace. Operating across Canada and the U.S., its marquee battery recycling program Call2Recycle® is the oldest and largest consumer battery stewardship program. Collecting and recycling batteries for retailers, municipalities, businesses and consumers through its network of close to 30,000 collection sites, over 45 million kilograms (100 million pounds) of batteries and cellphones have been diverted from the solid waste stream.
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives – Manitoba
Chemical Sensitivities Manitoba
Public education around alternatives to harmful chemicals in everyday use.
71 Nicollet Avenue, Winnipeg
Contact: Sandra Madre
Council of Canadians – Winnipeg
Committed to working with other Canadian chapters and allies to advance local campaigns to challenge climate crimes, advance real solutions to the climate crisis and broaden the Canadian movement for climate justice.
Daniel McIntyre/St. Matthew’s Community Association
FortWhyte Alive is dedicated to providing programming, natural settings and facilities for environmental education, outdoor recreation, and social enterprise. In so doing, FortWhyte promotes awareness, understanding, and enjoyment of the natural world, and encourages actions leading to sustainable living.
Gimli Environmental Advisory Committee (GEAC)
We are a committee appointed by the Rural Municipality (RM) of Gimli with a mandate to advise the RM on environmental matters and issues and to increase public awareness of environmental issues. We are responsible for holding the five public awareness events that are required under the Blue Flag Beach Program.
Green Action Committee of the Unitarian Church
Make our church a greener place by enhancing our congregational and individual awareness and practices, and make our church a catalyst for environmentally sustainable change in the broader community.
603 Wellington Cres., Winnipeg MB
Contact: Carolyn Garlich, Chair
Green Kids Inc.
Dedicated to the environmental education of young people through theatre. Each year, the Green Kids team writes an original script on an environmental topic which is performed for elementary school audiences.
Lake Winnipeg Foundation
Promoting the health and restoration of Lake Winnipeg through support for research, public education, advocacy, management and coordination.
Manitoba Energy Justice Coalition (MEJC)
We are a coalition of individual Manitobans and community groups committed to defending the lands, air, and waters in Manitoba by working to reclaim and protect our environment, and promote social justice in the energy sector. Our group works independently on many issues, and we come together through this coalition to advance a shared vision and mission related to eliminating fossil fuels, protecting watersheds, and promoting resource equity in Manitoba. We are committed to working in solidarity with other front line communities directly impacted by fossil fuels. We are based in Winnipeg, Manitoba/Treaty 1 territory.
Manitoba GIS User Group (MGUG)
The Manitoba GIS User Group (MGUG) is a group of geomatics professionals and interested individuals using or supporting the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for spatial data management, analysis, and visualization. Formed to facilitate communication between people working in all areas of GIS, the User Group meets to allow its members to learn more about current activities and technologies within the industry and to network with their peers. While our mandate does not have a direct environmental focus, use of GIS allows environmental organisations to better meet their goals.
Manitoba Nature Summit Inc.
Manitoba Ozone Protection Industry Association
Mixedwood Forest Society
Develops and encourages research and educational activities that arrive at an understanding of the ecological functions, biodiversity and sustainable use of the southwestern escarpments and forests.
Oak Hammock Marsh
Peg City Car Co-op
Peg City Car Co-op is a member-owned carshare that offers a unique and innovative service to residents in the central neighbourhoods of Winnipeg. We exist to provide our members with access to a car when needed, thus enabling them to walk, bike or ride the bus for most of their transportation needs. This allows them to live car-free or reduce their number of household vehicles. The idea is captured in our tagline as: “Bike. Walk. Bus. And Sometimes, Drive.”
Save Our Lake (SOUL)
A sub committee of the Grindstone Cottage Owners’ Association, working at the grassroots level to raise awareness about the issues facing Lake Winnipeg and to encourage positive change.
196 Parkville Dr., Winnipeg MB
Contact: Mo Tipples
Save Our Seine River Environment Inc.
Remediation, protection and recreational development for the Seine River in Winnipeg. SOS’s Seine River Greenway Map contains interesting information about the natural, recreational and historical features of this beautiful corridor. Learn more about the “ecological jewel” nestled within our city landscape.
Sierra Club Canada – Prairie Chapter
An environmental nonprofit organization with a mission to create a diverse, well trained grassroots network to protect and uphold the health and integrity of our prairie communities and ecosystems.
Social Planning Council of Winnipeg- Environment Committee
Sustainable Building Manitoba
Sustainable Building Manitoba is a leader, showcases local innovation, and inspires our stakeholders to create life-enhancing environments. We actively carry out this mission by offering networking and educational opportunities, by promoting collaboration in the local industry and advocating for sustainable building in Manitoba.
The Wildlife Society (TWS) – Manitoba Chapter
The Wildlife Society – Manitoba Chapter is dedicated to the conservation and protection of our wildlife resource base, through initiatives in public awareness, education and professional development, while promoting and upholding responsible wildlife stewardship.
Provide the support, knowledge, information, technology and resources necessary to promote the construction and use of recreational trail throughout Manitoba.
Promotes community-based projects and activities designed to build community capacity, enhance economic and ecological resilience, re-localize the regional economy, strengthen food system security, develop local self-reliance, and encourage the recovery and development of skills, knowledge and technologies necessary for the transition to a less energy and fossil fuel intensive economy and a healthier way of life.
University of Manitoba Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Earth, Environment, & Resources
University of Winnipeg Campus Sustainability Office
Providing leadership and support to all university departments and organizations in the development and continuous improvement of a Campus Sustainability Management System.