Brandon – The Manitoba Conservation Districts Association (MCDA) will host its 37th annual conference this December 3-4 at the Keystone Centre in Brandon, Manitoba.
The largest conservation conference in Manitoba, this annual event has continued to grow throughout the years.
This year is sure to be the biggest, with Keynote Speaker David Suzuki on hand to kick things off before two days of discussions covering key conservation topics, such as watershed planning, surface water management initiatives and sustainable landscapes.
Registration is now open!
Visit the MCDA registration page to learn more about the event and to register.
The MCDA is a non-profit organization which represents the 18 Conservation Districts within Manitoba, and provides one unified voice to promote and highlight the successes of these conservation groups in sustainable watershed management.
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