Copyright Assiniboine Hills Conservation District 2013


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 Creek SD;

Sam Phillips - Elgin Creek SD; Heather Dalgleish - Epinette/Willow SD;

Ted Snure - Provincial Appointee

Contact Information:

Established in 2008

Greg More Rain Garden

1311 Patricia Ave in Brandon


greg more - rain garden for email_1587159_2016-09-01T09-02-59.000.mp3

Click on picture for Greg More Interview

wa_booklet_mb.pdf

Next Board Meeting

Monday, December 10th

10:00 a.m.

MCDA Conference- Brandon

For More...

Office of Drinking Water has recently produced three videos that accompany existing provincial well water fact sheets on “how to test for bacteria”, “how to reduce risk of contamination”, and “how to disinfect a well”. The videos are available through their website here -


http://www.gov.mb.ca/sd/waterstewardship/odw/pu blic-info/fact_sheets/index.html

thecurrent2017_nov28_sm.pdf

The Manitoba Government is taking another step to help livestock producers who have been affected by dry conditions across the province. One of the beneficial management practices (BMP) under Ag Action Manitoba Program is Managing Livestock Access to Riparian Areas (503). New eligible cost to the BMP includes: drilling new or deepening existing wells, constructing new or rehabilitating existing dugouts...

For more information click link below....


http://www.gov.mb.ca/agriculture/environmen t/environmental-farm-plan/ag-action-manitoba-assurance-beneficial-management-practices.html

2018 MCDA Conference

December 10-12th

Brandon, MB

http://mcda.ca/conference