CWRA Conference LakeSmart Dock Talk

Get LakeSmart at the CWRA Conference with LOWDSA!

We’re bringing LakeSmart dock talk from Lake of the Woods area docks to a workshop setting in Winnipeg

Monday, June 15, 2020

Location: Canad Inns Polo Park, Winnipeg

 Part of the Canadian Water Resources Association national conference

 

Two workshops open to the public:

2-3 pm and 7-8 pm

$10 for LOWDSA members and $15 for non-members

2 for 1: Bring a guest at no extra cost!  Youth 12 and under enter free

***When you're filling out the form, please let us know if you're bringing someone or have an under 12 guest, the venue is limited to 90 people and we just want to keep track.

 

All ticket proceeds go to LOWDSA’s Environmental Initiatives & Special Projects Fund

 

Register online!

2pm: order tickets here

7pm: order tickets here

Or email us to get a registration form to email or print/mail.

Get more info at:  info@lowdsa.com or Phone: 807-468-8715  TF: 1-888-265-9784

Details:

Like to know more about preventing the spread of invasive species at the lake? Questions about living green at the lake? Wondering what a healthy shoreline is and why it matters?  Then this workshop is for you.

These informative and interactive workshops will bring two dock talks to dry land in a workshop setting suitable for lake lovers of all ages, with a little extra youth focus added for the evening workshop. Format will be presentation with lots of opportunity for Q & A and idea sharing.

Every summer, LOWDSA’s LakeSmart team travels through the Lake of the Woods District, primarily by boat, visiting dock-to-dock and talking to cottage owners, campers, tourists, lodges and lake users. The team, two university students, have an impressive collection of resources and information to share on the fundamentals of living green at the lake - shoreline health, invasive species, septic system care, clean-drain-dry and more. Hundreds of questions are asked of and answered by the LakeSmart team each season. With each dock talk given, the team helps individuals learn how they can make a difference, protect and preserve our lakes and contribute to the long-term sustainability of the Lake of the Woods watershed.