A Rocha is an international Christian organization which, inspired by God’s love, engages in scientific research, environmental education, community-based conservation projects and sustainable agriculture. In Winnipeg, A Rocha is training, equipping and inspiring communities in creation care.
Centre for Resilience
500 Shaftesbury Blvd
(604) 542-9022 (International Office)
Founded in Winnipeg, Manitoba, 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.
The Assiniboine River Basin Initiative (ARBI) is an organization of stakeholders who live and/or operate in the basin, from Canada and the United States, in the geographic area encompassing parts of Manitoba, North Dakota, and Saskatchewan.
ARBI’s stakeholders include citizens, local governments, provincial and state governments, business, non-governmental groups (such as conservation groups, the oil and gas industry, agriculture, and academia), and any other groups/stakeholders that want to help shape the future direction of the basin through cooperation and working together.
205-1100 Concordia Ave
PO Box 1113, Winnipeg Main PO
Winnipeg, MB R3C 2X4
We make fine quality handmade soaps with our own goat milk, local oils and organic essential oils. We sell the soap at our home. Our Healing Salve, Rose Night Cream have become just as popular as our soaps! We also make shampoos, gel-soap, moisturizers, deodorant, lip balm and hand-sanitizer. All natural!
We grow much of our food in our gardens near the house. We especially love growing medicinal herbs and garlic.
We have a solar dehydrator that we use throughout the hot months to dry many herbs for teas and to add to our soaps.
4265 Waverley Street
St. Norbert, Manitoba
An inclusive group of people and organizations working to make cycling in Winnipeg a safe, enjoyable, accessible and convenient transportation choice year round.
PO Box 162
BizforClimate is a private sector, business-led organization laser-focused on climate action as the central organizing principle.
It advocates positive and collaborative messaging focused on benefits of action and better outcomes for our planet and our economy. It is broad-based and inclusive to all sectors and company sizes – enterprise, small business, or start-up, and designed to leverage the unique strengths, resources, and perspectives of the business community to advance climate solutions at scale. BizforClimate is strictly non-partisan in our approach to public policy.
Camp Morning Star was established in Hollow Water First Nation Traditional Territory in response to the proposed Wanipigow Silica Sand Extraction Project. Wanipigow Silica Sand Extraction project is an open pit quarry that extracts silica sand for use in hydraulic fracturing of shale oil and gas.
Lead and accelerate the transformation to high-performing, healthy green buildings, homes and communities throughout Canada.
200-300 Waterfront Drive
500 Shaftesbury Blvd
The Canadian Community Economic Development Network (CCEDNet) is a national association of organizations and people throughout Canada committed to strengthening communities by creating economic opportunities that enhance social and environmental conditions.
Unit 202 – 765 Main Street
An independent, non-partisan research institute concerned with issues of social and economic justice. The CCPA Manitoba publishes progressive social and economic research, while providing thoughtful analysis and viable alternatives to governmental policy.
Unit 301 – 583 Ellice Avenue
Established as a national First Nation directed environmental non-profit charitable organization in 1994, CIER’s mission is to work in partnership with Indigenous nations to support and build sustainable Indigenous communities and protect lands and waters.
P.O. Box 26092
The Churchill Northern Studies Centre promotes and facilitates research and education that enhances our understanding and appreciation of natural, social, economic and cultural environments of the North.
1 Launch Road
Citizens’ Climate Lobby Canada is a non-profit, non-partisan, grassroots advocacy organization funded solely by Canadians with a twin focus: to create the political will for a livable planet and to empower people to claim their political and personal power. In Canada, we have been laser-focused on lobbying for carbon fee and dividend since September 2010.
Climate Change Connection is a charitable non-government organization working to educate Manitobans about climate change. We build awareness of climate change so Manitobans will reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions – both individually and as a community.
ClimateWest is the central hub for climate services in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta providing access to regionally relevant climate information and the support to use it effectively in planning and decision making.
The Coalition to Save Lake Winnipeg is a collaboration of communities in the South Basin of Lake Winnipeg. The CSLW includes individual citizens, Cottage Associations from the east and west sides of Lake Winnipeg, Rural Municipality representatives and the Manitoba Cottagers Association. All stakeholders who have interest in the health of Lake Winnipeg are welcome to join the Coalition to Save Lake Winnipeg.
Compost Winnipeg is a mid-scale composting service that caters to offices, multi-family residential buildings, on-site composters, small restaurants and cafes. We are a social enterprise of Green Action Centre, aiming to achieve a triple bottom line that is socially, environmentally, and economically sustainable.
c/o Green Action Centre
3rd Floor, 303 Portage Avenue
The longest serving and most respected consumer organization in Canada, our mandate is to inform and educate consumers on marketplace issues, to advocate for consumers with government and industry, and to work with government and industry to solve marketplace problems.
17-222 Osborne Street
The Council of Canadians brings Canadians together to act for social, economic and environmental justice here in Canada and around the world. Our work is built on a strong foundation of timely and strategic campaigns to fight for the values, social programs and progressive policies that Canadians believe in.
A community-driven not-for-profit Neighbourhood Renewal Corporation that serves the Daniel McIntyre and St. Matthews neighbourhoods in the West End of Winnipeg, MB. Our mission is to empower the community of Daniel McIntyre / St. Matthews to achieve social, cultural, economic and environmental wellbeing.
823 Ellice Avenue
We are a member-owned cooperative of direct marketing farmers and farmers’ markets. We support our members to achieve fairness in our industry, and maximize their opportunities for economic sustainability. By helping our farms and farmers’ markets, we help all Manitobans make better decisions about the food on our tables.
EcoSchools Canada is a registered charity with a mission to nurture student leaders, reduce the environmental impact of schools, and build sustainable school communities. Our innovative, bilingual certification program, free for publicly funded schools, helps to incentivize, track and reward environmental actions that reduce energy and waste, raise awareness and incorporate environmental learning into curriculum.
Our mission is to provide access to an urban market for small producers, while simultaneously encouraging consumers to purchase food that reduces the ecological footprint of our food system
1338a Clifton Street
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.
1961 McCreary Road
Enhancing Manitoba communities through the support and promotion of private and public gardening and horticultural education.
576 Ellice Avenue
951 Southwood Avenue
We promote greener living through environmental education and encourage practical green solutions for households, workplaces, schools and communities. Our primary areas of focus include green commuting, composting and waste reduction, sustainable living and resource conservation.
3-303 Portage Avenue
Green Kids Inc. is a live-theatre company dedicated to environmental education through performance! Our mission is to educate children, teachers and families on environmental issues and inspire them to be tomorrow’s leaders by taking positive action towards protecting our environment.
162-2025 Corydon Ave, Suite #251
Greenpeace Winnipeg supports Greenpeace campaigns around the world, and advocates on a local level. We aim to create a better life for Manitoba’s farm animals, reduce plastic waste in Manitoba, and engage the community in environmental activism.
The Harvest Moon Society is founded in the spirit of cooperation, community, camaraderie, and a shared interest in building a sustainable food system for future generations. Through partnership and consultation with the local residents of Clearwater, Manitoba the Harvest Moon Society purchased the town’s elementary school and converted the building and grounds into the Harvest Moon Learning Centre.
8-10th Street North
Hog Watch Manitoba is a non-profit organization, a coalition of environmentalists, farmers, friends of animals, social justice advocates, trade unions and scientists. We are promoting a hog industry in Manitoba that is ethically, environmentally and economically sustainable.
The Board keeps the International Joint Commission (IJC) informed of basin activities that affect transboundary river flows, water quality, and ecosystem health in the Red River and its tributaries. The Board also monitors the implementation of flood-related recommendations made by the IJC.
Promoting the health and restoration of Lake Winnipeg through support for research, public education, advocacy, management and coordination.
107-62 Hargrave Street
The Lake Winnipeg Indigenous Collective represents the Indigenous voice for Lake Winnipeg. With administrative support from the Lake Winnipeg Foundation and through a collective governance model, we are embracing our responsibility to protect and preserve the lands and waters of our Nations and are working collaboratively towards restoring the health of our sacred lake and protecting it for future generations.
107-62 Hargrave Street
The Lake Winnipeg Research Consortium Inc. is a registered charity, founded in 1998 to facilitate scientific research on Lake Winnipeg following evidence of water quality deterioration related to the 1997 Red River “Flood of the Century”.
Lake Winnipeg Research Consortium
P.O. Box 1289
The Manitoba Association of Watersheds supports Manitoba’s 14 watershed districts in their efforts to protect Manitoba’s soil, water, habitat, and climate. We support the districts by working on public policy issues, administering joint funding projects, telling their success stories, and more.
Manitoba Association of Watersheds
1465 Buffalo Place, Suite 200
Wpg, MB R3T 1L8
The Manitoba Craft Council is for people who love contemporary craft: professional artists and artisans, collectors and connoisseurs, DIYers and armchair enthusiasts. It’s for people who value the originality and quality of the handmade, who find meaning in making. It’s for the dreamers and schemers who seek to reinterpret the material and cultural traditions of the past through a contemporary lens. It’s for people who have to forge, carve, weave, fold, sculpt, knit. And for their friends and supporters. It’s for you. See, smell, touch, explore the myriad expressions of contemporary craft in Manitoba and be part of a community that is shaped, motivated, and defined by its love of craft.
The men and women of the Manitoba Electric Vehicle Association come from all ages and all backgrounds, farming, engineering, mechanics, environmentalism, academics, sales, energy research and many others. However, as EV enthusiasts, all of us share a passion to promote EV’s as a viable alternative to traditional transportation technologies.
A coalition of Manitobans concerned with climate change and resource extraction projects as an expression of energy injustice in Manitoba.
P.O. Box 26134
Maryland Postal Outlet
The Manitoba Environmental Industries Association (MEIA) serves as an information and opportunity hub, equipping members with the information they need to stay current on governmental policy and legislation, increase their knowledge of environmental practices, and gain business development knowledge.
310-112 Market Avenue
The Manitoba Fibre Festival is a two day event celebrating our community of farmers and fibre artists. It features workshops, demonstrations, a curated fibre art show, and a display of live sheep and alpacas. The vendors’ market offers everything from raw fleeces to hand-dyed yarn to wearable art and home decor.
Red River Exhibition Park
3977 Portage Avenue
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.
266 Graham Ave
P.O. Box 585,
Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3C 2J3
An annual two-day conference providing opportunities for educators of children to learn about nature and the natural environment, while inspiring and engage them to pass on this renewed sense of wonder to the children in their lives.
The mission of the Manitoba Organic Alliance is to promote the interests of and address issues of importance to the organic sector, and to help create growth opportunities by promoting the benefits, integrity and development of the organic supply chain. We accomplish this mission by fostering communication between organic producers, certifiers, input suppliers, processors, marketers, retailers, packagers, and consumers; and by identifying and supporting initiatives, research and resources strategic to the growth of the organic industry.
Our vision is to foster healthy, viable farms – the foundation of a vibrant organic sector – and to work for a diversified organic production system in Manitoba which provides for local food security, enhances export opportunities and contributes to sustainable economic development.
484 Hanover Street
Working for the protection of the stratospheric ozone layer through the control, reduction and eventual elimination of emissions of ozone depleting and climate changing substances to the atmosphere.
1082 Main Street
The MPHA advocates for social justice, reconciliation and equity through influencing policies and decision-making. It makes visible the impact of issues on our collective health, and profiles evidence that connects issues, people and community. The MPHA aims to foster balance and restore collective health and wellbeing.
*Manitoba Eco-Network Member
Manitoba Wildlands is a non-profit environmental and public research organization. We work with communities, industry sectors, and environmental organizations for the future of Manitoba’s lands and waters. We support establishment of protected areas in Manitoba, with a special focus on our boreal forest regions.
455-167 Lombard Avenue
300-286 Smith Street
Winnipeg, MB R3C 1K4
300-286 Smith Street
Winnipeg, MB R3C 1K4
All human beings depend on a safe, clean, healthy and sustainable environment. Manitobans for Human Rights supports the protection of the environment and the standards of human dignity to which it pertains.
305-960 Portage Avenue
Our mission is to provide virtual counselling and therapy services to individuals from diverse backgrounds. We believe with ongoing development in technology globally, virtual services will continue to expand online. This option provides clients the benefits of service that is cost effective, has flexible scheduling, accessibility and privacy in counselling and therapy.
The Mixedwood Forest Society has grown into a registered charity with members in Manitoba supporting projects ranging from protecting sensitive areas to ecotourism. MFS plays an active role in supporting research through founding Mamawaytowin (Gathering of the people) in Duck Mountain provincial park. It is being managed by the Wuskwi Sipihk First Nation, who delivers environmental educational programming with a traditional Indigenous focus.
The National Farmers Union is Canada’s national farm organization committed to family and collective farms. Promoting agroecology and food sovereignty for 50+ years, the NFU does not waver in our vision for farmers, eaters, and the earth, embedded in social and economic justice in Canada and internationally.
The National Farmers Union is a direct-membership organization made up of Canadian farm families who share common goals. Every member of the farm family – including children ages 14 to 21 – are full voting members of the Union. This structure recognizes that every family member contributes to the farm by working on it directly, or indirectly through off-farm employment.
2717 Wentz Avenue
Native Orchid Conservation Inc. is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to foster an awareness of and protect unique ecosystems and their plant communities. This primarily involves native orchids, but also extends to other rare and/or endangered plants.
P.O. Box 40057
The Nature Conservancy of Canada leads and inspires others to join us in creating a legacy for future generations by conserving important natural areas and biological diversity across all regions of Canada.
200-611 Corydon Avenue
Working towards education, awareness, preservation and the pure enjoyment of nature. Year-round, Nature Manitoba offers a wide variety of indoor and outdoor programs, and advocates for environmental issues.
401-63 Albert Street
At New Leaf Biologics we provide environmentally friendly biological solutions to environmental pollution problems. By harnessing the abilities of naturally occurring bacterial and fungal species, we can remediate contaminated environments more efficiently without causing further harm with the use of harsh chemicals.
P.O Box 246
Ile Des Chenes, MB
The Northern Manitoba Food, Culture, and Community Collaborative is an innovative collaborative of northern community people, northern advisors, funders and organizations working together to foster healthier and stronger communities in Northern Manitoba, through improved access to healthy foods and the development of resilient local economies.
Unit 300 – 245 McDermot Avenue
Oceans North Canada promotes science- and community-based conservation of Canada’s Arctic Ocean and the resulting well-being of indigenous Arctic residents who rely upon its natural wealth.
550 – 70 Arthur Street
To promote the growth and accessibility of local organic food. COG provides education, advocacy and leadership to help build an agricultural system that empowers farmers and consumers, enhances human health, builds community and mitigates climate change while increasing Canadian food sovereignty.
P.O Box 48
Grp 326 RR 3
Our Time is a national campaign led by young people who are championing a vision for a Green New Deal for Canada — an ambitious plan to tackle climate change and inequality.
OURS-Winnipeg (Outdoor Urban Recreational Spaces-Winnipeg) is a city-wide, community-based, green space advocate organization with a focus on advancing the preservation, enhancement, restoration and creation of urban greenspace, natural areas and connecting corridors throughout the City of Winnipeg. OURS-Winnipeg encourages citizens to support and engage City of Winnipeg administration in caring for and valuing the wealth of services contributed by its greenspace.
Partners for the Saskatchewan River Basin (PFSRB) has a mission to promote awareness, linkages, stewardship, knowledge, and respect for the Saskatchewan River Basin ecosystem and heritage that will encourage sustainable use of the basin’s natural resources and nurture cultural values.
402 Third Avenue South
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.”
400-460 Main Street
The Willow Island Coastal Wetlands is considered an irreplaceable Rare Coastal Wetland along the western shores of Lake Winnipeg. Vital to the health of Lake Winnipeg, it is under constant threat of development and extinction. Help us to protect it.
The Prairie Climate Centre is committed to making climate change meaningful and relevant to Canadians of all walks of life. We bring an evidence-based perspective to communicating the science, impacts, and risks of climate change through maps, documentary video, research reports, and plain-language training, writing, and outreach.
515 Portage Avenue
The Public Interest Law Centre represents groups and individuals on issues affecting the environment, human rights, Indigenous people, consumers and low-income persons. We are here to assist those who are far too often silenced in legal and public policy debates by providing high quality, evidence based advocacy.
200 – 393 Portage Avenue
Recycle Everywhere educates Manitobans on beverage container recycling, and ensures that it is convenient to recycle them no matter where citizens live, work or play.
705 – 281 McDermot Avenue
The RRBC is a charitable, not-for-profit organization designed to help facilitate a cooperative approach to water management within the Basin and is a well-established forum for identifying, developing, and implementing solutions to cross boundary issues.
The RRBC is led by 41 directors representing the diversity of this multi-jurisdictional Basin and is comprised of local, state, provincial, and First Nation government representation, the environmental community, and at-large members.
203-1111 Munroe Avenue
REACT Inc. is a local volunteer organization located in Stonewall, MB that is committed to environmental responsibility. Our mission statement is “to assist (our) members and the community as a whole to become more environmentally responsible.”
An environmental non-profit organization that seeks to protect, enhance, and advocate for the Seine River and surrounding natural areas in Winnipeg, Manitoba, through grassroots action, community outreach, and engaging governments and private industry.
Our vision is to ensure our grandchildren’s grandchildren have the opportunity to engage in traditional practices such as hunting, fishing and serving as guardians of the land and animals within a healthy watershed. Our goal is to permanently conserve the Seal River Watershed as an Indigenous Protected Area.
1 (888) 523-4905
The SRRCD operates under the authority of the Conservation Districts Act and Regulations and correspondingly follows the CD Program Mandate to support and promote the sustainable management of the land, water and related resources in Manitoba.
154 Friesen Avenue
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.
Prairie Chapter Coordinator
Primarily, the Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions in Canada have been educators. In numerous towns and cities in Saskatchewan, Manitoba, western Ontario and Quebec the Sisters operated primary and secondary schools, as well as music departments. These educational endeavours have included nurturing and challenging intellectual curiosity, encouraging prowess in the arts, developing athletic abilities, encouraging civic responsibilities, and fostering faith development.
393 Gaboury Place
The Spence Neighbourhood Association works with the people of Spence to revitalize and renew their community in the areas of Holistic Housing, Community Connecting, Community Economic Development, Environment and Open Spaces, and Youth & Families.
615 Ellice Avenue
(204) 783-5000 ext. 109
Sustainable Building Manitoba is committed to advancing sustainable building practices in Manitoba. We are comprised of a diverse collection of professionals representing a wide cross section of fields, who promote buildings that are environmentally and economically sustainable, and healthy places to live, work and play.
At Tall Grass Prairie Bread Company we celebrate the ancient tradition of bread making with every loaf. We work with a number of Manitoba family farms, each growing special varieties of local organic grains for use at Tall Grass. This whole grain is milled daily into fresh flour using our stone mills. Our bakers love working with the freshest of flour available, and are passionate about their craft.
TALL GRASS IN WOLSELEY
859 Westminster Avenue,
Bakery 204-783-5097, Office 204-779-4082
TALL GRASS AT THE FORKS
1 Forks Market Road,
Bakery 204-957-5097, Office 204-947-1297
GRASS ROOTS PRAIRIE KITCHEN
1 Forks Market Road
Winnipeg, MB R3C 4L8
Telephone: 204-942-5097, Office 204-947-1297
TALL GRASS CATERING
1 Forks Market Road
Winnipeg, MB, R3C 4L8
Catering orders 204-947-1297
*Eco-Network Associate Member
The Manitoba Chapter of The Wildlife Society 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.
The WRENCH is a registered charity that creates stronger, healthier communities by removing barriers to building, repairing and maintaining bicycles – with a focus on educating youth.
1057 Logan Avenue
To provide the support, knowledge, information, technology and resources necessary to promote the construction and use of recreational trail throughout Manitoba, thereby improving the economy, the environment and human well being.
3-303 Portage Avenue
Trees Please Winnipeg is a coalition of resident groups lobbying all levels of government to make long term sustainable infrastructure investment available to cities like Winnipeg for the maintenance, diversification and expansion of urban forests.
Trees Winnipeg (The Coalition to Save the Elms) is a non-profit organization founded in 1992 in response to the heightened threat of Dutch elm disease to Winnipeg’s extraordinary American elms. In recent years, we’ve expanded our mission to also promote species diversity, tree planting, and Heritage trees.
1539 Waverley Street
UFCW 832 has a long history of fighting for better wages and working conditions for our members and supporting causes that benefit our communities.
1412 Portage Avenue
1 (888) 832-9832
*Eco-Network Associate Member
Office of Sustainability Vision Statement:
- Efficiently and effectively steward our human, natural and physical resources to meet future needs – planning for the seventh generation and beyond
- Prevent waste, conserve and enhance our environment to provide opportunities for future generations to create, innovate and succeed
- Ensure community participation in support of shared responsibility and understanding, reconciliation and collaboration
- Acknowledge our global responsibility and promote equitable and integrated solutions to social, environmental and economic challenges
55 Chancellors Circle
Room 501 Fitzgerald Building
University of Manitoba
Providing leadership and support to all university departments and organizations in the development and continuous improvement of a Campus Sustainability Management System.
515 Portage Avenue
The purpose of this project is to start a conversation about the linkages between the environment and community health, to promote public literacy about cities as part of larger ecosystems, and the implications that holistic thinking has on the way we plan, design and build communities.
Wa Ni Ska Tan is the Cree word for ‘Wake Up’ or to ‘Rise up’. Wa Ni Ska Tan: An Alliance of Hydro-Impacted Communities emerged out of the priorities voiced by hydro-impacted Indigenous communities. The Alliance consists of representatives from 24 Cree (Ininew/Inniniwak), Anishinaabe, and Métis nations; 22 researchers; 14 social justice and environmental NGOs; 9 universities from Canada and the US; and multiple levels of government.
Environmental Conservation Lab
Department of Environment and Geography
Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth and Resources
University of Manitoba
303 Wallace Building
125 Dysart Road
*Eco-Network Associate Member
Our mission is to create spaces for Indigenous peoples, especially youth, to connect with the land while strengthening their identity and forging deeper connections within their Community.
The West Broadway Community Organization is a not-for-profit, charitable organization working to coordinate and support social and economic development efforts in Winnipeg’s West Broadway neighbourhood.
104-222 Furby Street
Envisioning a Canada where wilderness and wildlife thrive for the benefit of all, we are united to protect life-giving biological diversity in Canada through strategic research and grassroots public education.
3-303 Portage Avenue
We are a group of amateur naturalists with the goal of exploring and enjoying the natural beauty and history of south-western Manitoba, Canada. From wildlife to wildflowers and everything in between. Come experience what Westman has to offer!
Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre is a volunteer-driven, registered charity that has cared for over 39,000 wildlife who play a vital role in the ecological and biological processes that are essential to life itself. We rehabilitate injured, sick, and orphaned wildlife and provide education services around the themes of awareness, appreciation and peaceful coexistence with wildlife.
1028 Arnould Road
Île des Chênes, MB
At the core of each Hub are citizens from all walks of life committed to solving the climate crisis, including over 1000 Climate Reality Leaders who form the Canadian contingent of an international community of 21,000 global citizens. The Winnipeg Climate Hub was founded in 2018.
Our vision is for all Winnipeggers have what they need to eat well, all of the time. Our mission is to work with Mayor, Councillors and city staff to fix food systems issues by advising on policy, relaying research and sharing lessons learned through continual consultation.
510 Main Street
Young Agrarians (YA) is a farmer to farmer educational resource network for new and young ecological, organic and regenerative farmers in Canada. We recognize the Indigenous lands and territories that we work on and alongside, and are committed to providing programs and services that are inclusive and available to farmers and friends of diverse backgrounds. Since 2012, our network is volunteer-driven, with farmers across the country organizing on-farm events and building community to create spaces for knowledge sharing and growth.
We believe that it is our responsibility to care for and respect the land that we live on and depend upon for water, food and shelter. In a time of climate change, all of us must do our part to nurture local, ecological and equitably produced food systems choosing with our dollars, values and hands to consume and steward foods that are healthy for us and future generations.
2214 Sun Valley Drive
To provide the support and resources necessary to promote the development and use of recreational trail throughout Manitoba, thereby improving the overall well being of our communities.
What We Do
- Provide funding to recognized trail associations and stewardship organizations for trail development.
- Provide resources to trail builders and trail users.
- Promote the Trans Canada Trail in Manitoba.
- Promote the greater Manitoba trail network.
Our vision is that people in Manitoba will desire and benefit from a fully integrated and supported trail network, linking communities and people throughout the province.
PO Box 69063
Winnipeg RPO Tuxedo Park, MB
MARR is a member driven association that helps ensure efficient and effective waste reduction, reuse and recycling programs across Manitoba.
Membership in MARR is open to Manitoba municipalities, First Nation and northern communities, recycling collectors, processors and end markets, Producer Responsibility Organizations, waste management industry representatives, and other organizations and professionals involved and/or interested in sustainable waste management and Circular Economy activities within the province.
P.O. Box 50051
Brandon RPO Southeast
MB R7A 7E4Phone: (204) 573-8693 | email@example.com
Cosmetic Pesticide Ban Manitoba (CPBM) is a coalition that brings together a number of individuals, health groups and environmental organizations in Manitoba. The coalition was established in 2013 to press for provincial legislation restricting the sale and use of cosmetic pesticides.
YIMBY Winnipeg is a group that provides space for like-minded individuals to organize to support land-use and urban development reform in Winnipeg that will encourage a more walkable, accessible for all ages and abilities, sustainable, mixed-use and dense city.
yesinwpg [at] gmail [dot] com
The Transportation and Land Use Coalition (TLUC) brings together groups in Winnipeg dedicated to a healthy city, meaning a city of transportation mode shift and sustainable urban planning, where the budget and development decisions are guided by public policy in the public interest not private interests.
Our Line in the Sand (OLS) was formed by a group of concerned citizens when a proposal to site an industrial sand processing plant near the town of Vivian on land designated “high groundwater pollution hazard area” and mine silica sand directly out of the only portion of fresh Water available for southeastern Manitoba in the Winnipeg Formation was announced.
This aquifer supports a wide range of agriculture, private wells and municipal water systems and of course, the ecology, our life support system.
OLS collaborates with multiple groups to further public awareness, research independent science, assess risks, hold corporations accountable, petition Governments and ensure that the voices of the Land, Air, Water, (LAW) are heard.
OLS continues to call for a higher level of assessment for the mining, processing, and transportation of silica sand and advocates for the protection of the Watershed in Eastern Manitoba.
Water is Sacred. It is everything. It deserves reverence, not exploitation.