The Turtle Mountain Conservation Districts mission is to be a progressive community driven watershed organization dedicated to raising awareness about sustainable land and water stewardship practices and providing incentives for conservation programs to achieve a healthy diverse landscape and maintain a viable thriving community.
The Turtle Mountain Conservation District envisions a healthy sustainable diverse landscape capable of providing economic, social and environmental benefits for current and future generations.
Turtle Mountain Conservation District is a non-profit, grassroots organization covering 4518 square kilometers along the International boundary in southwestern Manitoba. The District includes all or parts of the Municipalities of Two Borders, Brenda-Waskada, Grassland, Deloraine-Winchester, Boissevain-Morton and Killarney-Turtle Mountain.
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To achieve our mission of sustainable
land and water stewardship practices,
TMCD provides incentives for many
water, soil, and animal habitat
conservation programs to achieve
a healthy diverse landscape and
maintain a viable thriving community.
The Turtle Mountain Conservation District is a Watershed Planning Authority. Two Integrated Watershed Management Plans have been completed for the District: the East Souris River Watershed and the Pembina River Watershed. Each plan outlines goals and action items for the watersheds.
The District provides a number of programs offered to landowners that deal with Water, Soil and Pasture Management.
The District offers a variety of different educational programs that aims to bring awareness of sustainable land-use & conservation practices to watershed residents and to youth through school programs. Check our Conservation Kids page for fun interactive games with a conservation message.