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On The Right Path: Investing in The Future of Manitoba’s Trails Network

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On The Right Path: Investing in The Future of Manitoba’s Trails Network

March 12th 12:00PM-1:00PM

Trails are a community asset.

Trails open a path to outdoor recreation and social activities, help improve our health and well-being, provide access to historic sites and places of cultural significance, and can improve the local economy.

They also play an important role in environmental conservation. Trails connect people to natural wonders in Manitoba, instilling appreciation and respect for our lands, water and living things.

In this webinar, CPAWS Manitoba Executive Director Ron Thiessen spoke about the Government of Manitoba’s Trail Strategy survey and the potential risks our trails network and natural spaces are facing.

The event also featured Tim Coffin, Executive Director of Trails Manitoba, who talked about why it’s important for people to use and support the trails network, the improvements currently underway and what they see as the priorities for the future of trails in Manitoba.

Together, we can take action to protect our trails and parks, ensuring we #KeepManitobaWild.

Watch the webinar recording.

Connecting for Conservation Speaker Series

This year, people have been spending more time than ever outdoors and establishing meaningful connections with nature. This connection to nature fuels a desire to protect and improve our natural spaces.

It hasn’t been easy for us to gather this year to learn from one another and rally for change, so CPAWS Manitoba is launching a monthly webinar series to help us connect for conservation online.

Join us to connect with others in your community, learn about important environmental topics, share stories, and find out how you can make a difference for nature in Manitoba.

Help Keep Manitoba Wild

 

CPAWS Manitoba has helped establish 22 parks and protected areas thanks to people like you.

With your help, we can protect half our lands and waters for future generations of people and wildlife.

TAKE ACTION!