Help us Save Netley Marsh!
Right where the Red River meets the Lake is the Netley-Libau Marsh: the largest coastal wetland in North America.
It is a vital habitat to the health of the lake and home to many of the birds, fish, and animals that make our Lake Winnipeg are so special. It is essential to naturally filter out nutrients that cause green algae blooms.
But the Netley-Libau marsh needs our help. If you enjoy a day at the beach, fishing, bird watching, and clean waters; it is our responsibility to preserve it
Helps us today to make this marsh thrive again!
All proceeds will go towards making a happier and healthier Lake Winnipeg.
A Healthy marsh means a healthy lake!
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The Red River Basin is a special place and keeping it that way requires that people share the responsibility for its future. The RRBC has been bringing people together to move common Basin goals forward for over two decades.
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 crossboundary 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. It maintains offices in Moorhead, MN, and Winnipeg, MB, and is dedicated to innovation in the management of the Red River Basin’s water resources.