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Friday, 22 December 2017 16:16

Lake Winnipeg Research Consortium Inc.

No matter where you live - by the lakeshore, in the city, or on a farm - there are many things you can do to contribute to the health and restoration of Lake Winnipeg and other water bodies. Below are some examples from LWRC Special Projects Program participants, LWRC members, and school groups. We hope that by profiling these projects, you will be inspired to get more engaged in caring for water. Don't forget to share your projects with us!
Published in Lake Winnipeg

Named for the river systems that flow into it, the Mission-Aransas reserve protects 185,708 acres of coastal prairie, oak motte, riparian freshwater, salt marsh habitat, tidal flats, seagrass beds, mangroves, and oyster reefs. The north side of the reserve is the winter home to the critically endangered whooping crane.
Published in Central Texas Coastal

Founded more than 50 years ago by Luc Hoffmann, the Tour du Valat has since then developed its research activities for the conservation of Mediterranean wetlands with a major focus :« Better understanding of wetlands for better management ». Convinced that it will only be possible to preserve wetlands if human activities and the protection of the natural heritage can be reconciled,

Published in Rhone Main Stream
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