A regional approach to resource management protects resource-related lands. A regional approach to resource management creates consistency and fairness, reduces friction between homeowners and agricultural/industrial operations, helps reduce fragmentation and conversion of prime agricultural lands, and supports economic growth and investment. Plan20-50 will advance efforts to preserve economic development resources.
We have come a long way since 2017 when we held our Keeping Manitoba Liquid event which began discussions on the need to create an inventory of our Land, Water, & Other Natural Resources. Read the report here: https://t.co/D3I6uw0DEf @colleen_sklar @KevinKleinwpg @RBrooke
Looking to learn tips to help you protect water? Check out this #WorldWaterDay newsletter from our friends at @lakefriendly to learn how you can take action to be a water steward and the importance of the @UN_Water 2023 Water Conference. https://t.co/Qxivzs9tb0 https://t.co/sSiL5W5L5Z
Our shared inventory allows us to take the first step to ensure our communities have habitat to support biodiversity, recharge areas for safe, clean drinking water, land for food, and can build resilience. To learn more, read our news release here: https://t.co/t1iPPEda73 https://t.co/qYQ6r5TBjc