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    Office May 6 th Pelican Rock Lake Subdistrict 8 a m Cafe 23 Baldur May 10 th Eprinette Willow Subdistrict 6 p m Sprucewoods Inn Glenboro Main Board Meeting Tuesday June 28th 9 00 a m AHCD Mission To manage water and environmental resources to promote a healthy watershed and sustainable lifestyle for current and future generations AHCD Vision A future where communities agriculture and the environment are healthy sustainable and in balance with one another The district comprises of 5 802 kms and has a rural population of 14 204 In Partnership with the Municipalities of Argyle Cornwallis Glenboro South Cypress Grassland Oakland Wawanesa Prairie Lakes Souris Glenwood The City of Brandon and the Province of Manitoba 205 Elizabeth Ave East P O Box 160 Baldur MB R0K 0B0 Phone 204 535 2139 Toll Free 877 535 2139 Fax 204 535 2215 Staff Neil Zalluski Manager Cell 204 825 7410 email ahcd mgr mymts net Margaret Sigvaldason Administrator Cell 204 825 8372 email ahcd mymts net Devon Baete Technician Cell 204 245 0076 email ahcd tech mymts net Board Jeff Elder Chair Jack Bolack Vice Chair Walter Finlay Little Souris SD Ken Turner Lower Souris SD Hugh Stephenson Oak

    Original URL path: http://www.assiniboinehillscd.ca/ (2016-04-29)
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  • IWMP's - District Drains
    a team of supporting agencies interest groups and watershed residents It takes approximately two years to develop an integrated watershed management plan Once a plan is implemented the water planning authority can publish progress reports Click on photo for plan Pembina River Integrated Watershed Management Plan The Pembina River integrated watershed management plan encompasses the area of land which contributes water to the Pembina River including the Killarney Pelican Rock

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  • Programs
    Off Site Watering System Trial To provide producers with the trial use of a solar powered water system The actual use of the system will offer information for the management decision of establishing a system in your operation Refundable 100 damage deposit for a two week trial use of the system Application deadline September 30 th Conservation of Natural Areas Shoreline Stabilization Contact the office for details 50 of cost to a maximum of 1000 for new well establishment ONE TIME ONLY INCENTIVE Well Establishment Drinking Water Protection Drinking Water Protection Application Equipment Rental application Return to top of page Well Capping Unused and abandoned wells can be a nuisance and a hazard for landowners By properly sealing wells you can help protect our drinking water from contamination AHCD will fill old wells including submitting legally required documentation Upon approval AHCD will seal fill and cap wells within the district at no charge No deadline for applications Application Alternate Watering Systems The District provides financial and technical assistance based on individual merit of project and its benefit on the watershed health Click for application Well Head Remediation Drinking Water Protection Financial assistance of 50 up to 200 for costs incurred in upgrading wellheads removing old pumps and associated materials Click for application AHCD will shock chlorinate your wells using provincial and federal guidelines for 50 per well Drinking Water Protection Well Shock Chlorination Application Tree Planter mulch applicator Conservation of Natural Areas AHCD can provide use of a tree planter and mulch applicator Staff will transport equipment Cost 100 for both pieces of equipment or 50 for each Landowners are responsible for providing a tractor mulch trees and site preparation Rebate available on mulch purchases Provides financial assistance on Class 4 5 6 soils CLI or problem soils amount varies

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  • Links
    Education Programs Applications Diagnosis and Solutions for Field Erosion and Surface Draining Problems Diagnosis and Solutions for Bank Erosion Problems Learn more about local environment resources Tools for Wetland and Riparian Management FYI Links Manitoba s Water Protection Handbook Relocation

    Original URL path: http://www.assiniboinehillscd.ca/page15.html (2016-04-29)
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  • Minutes
    Nov 28 2011 Meeting 41 Sept 26 2011 Meeting 40 August 8 2011 Meeting 39 June 27 2011 Meeting 38 April 4 2011 Meeting 37 Feb 28 2011 Meeting 36 January 24 2011 Meeting 35 April 8 2013 Meeting 52 May 27 2013 Meeting 53 Next Meeting Tuesday June 28 th 9 00 a m August 19 2013 Meeting 54 October 28 2013 Meeting 55 2 0 1 4 March

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  • Subdistrict Minutes
    2015 April 2015 April 2015 April 2015 January 2016 January 2016 January 2016 January 2016 January 2016 January 2016 August 2015 October 2015 October 2015 October 2015 October 2015 October 2015 October 2015 October 2014 October 2014 October 2014 September 2014 September 2014 October 2014 Next Meeting May 3rd 8 a m Wawanesa Town Office Next Meeting May 5th 7 p m Wawanesa Town Office Next Meeting May 4th Cafe

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  • Education
    District First Nations collaborate to protect creek We re trying to reach out and involve all the stakeholders so everybody knows what s going on and to get their concerns and know what they d like to see happen JOHN RIGAUX SWAN LAKE FIRST NATION BY REBECA KUROPATWA FREELANCE WRITER A First Nation in southern Manitoba has received assistance from a local conservation district to help solve a potential water contamination problem stemming from its livestock operation The Assiniboine Hills Conservation District AHCD worked with the Swan Lake First Nation to make improvements to a reserve pasture near Carberry John Rigaux land manager for the First Nation said the band has raised bison since the 1970s It also has feeder cattle and 20 elk The Epinette Creek flows through the reserve and the Assiniboine Delta Aquifer supplies water to communities such as Carberry and Glenboro as well as to farmers for irrigation The bison previously had access to the creek but we didn t want the bison going into the creek and polluting it said Rigaux He said the conservation district helped secure provincial funding We put up about two kilometres of fencing dug a 20 foot well have the pumps operated by solar panels Unfortunately we didn t get all the fencing done before the winter so the system needs to be completed this spring Rigaux said the intention is to keep the bison out of the creek provide more pasture area and improve pasture rotation The chief and council were very excited about it as the First Nations realize we must form partnerships to better survive said Rigaux This partnership with the conservation district was the first time in Manitoba that a conservation district provided financial assistance to a First Nations people So we sort of broke new ground The AHCD provided most of the funding and expertise while the Swan Lake First Nation provided the manpower as well as materials equipment and in kind contributions We d approached the conservation district several times in the past and actually the policy they work under doesn t include First Nations said Rigaux The province is looking to change the policy so they can include First Nations in their programs We re really pleased to have been able to accomplish our goal and it also helped the conservation district accomplish what they wanted The project has also received support from Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship The First Nations also belongs to a watershed management board which manages the watersheds to prevent pollution Swan Lake First Nations is now working with the Pembina Valley Conservation District local game and fish officials and the province to improve the quality of Swan Lake which may include control structures to raise the lake levels The Pembina River flows through the lake and water levels are good in the spring However the water tends to drain out leaving a shallow lake that doesn t support fish We re trying to increase or maintain water levels

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  • Manitoba Conservation Districts
    Conservation District Kelsey Conservation District Lake of the Prairies Conservation District La Salle Redboine Conservation District Little Saskatchewan River Conservation District Pembina Valley Conservation District Seine Rat River Conservation District Turtle Mountain Conservation District Turtle River Conservation District Upper Assiniboine

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