WATER QUALITY REPORTS
January 21, 2019
A number of reports have been done by various groups. The following list includes links to PDF files:
2019 PLANNING DOCUMENT
Sandy Lake Water Protection Working Group Inc.
This not-for-profit company was incorporated in July 2018 in order to apply for funding and hire summer students. The company's mandate is "To educate, manage, study, and protect Sandy Lake water quality and other purposes beneficial to the community as a whole."
Click the link below to view our planning document.
2019 MANITOBA AIS FINES
April 4, 2019
Enforcement officers may issue a ticket with a set fine for an offence that may introduce or spread aquatic invasive species (AIS) in Manitoba. Individuals and corporations can now face set fine for a variety of offences. Set fines range from $174 to $2,542 and are in effect year-round.
Click the download button to view the 2019 Manitoba AIS Offences & Fines for Individuals Transporting Watercraft or Water Related Equipment. This document was prepared by Daryl Kines for the Riding Mountain Biosphere Reserve.
THE TALK !
A handout on a single page printed both sides.
It is intended to assist an individual spread the word by talking with family, friends, neighbours and visitors about the Zebra Mussel threat to our waters and community.
A Suggested AIS Planning Guide - 2018
This document is intended to assist you (stakeholders of a waterway) with protecting your waters and community. It is a 12 page document prepared for the Riding Mountain UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve by Daryl Kines and Dr. Jim Irwin. The Province of Manitoba (Department of Sustainable Development) has reviewed this document for accuracy.
CAN I LAUNCH HERE?
A Prescriptive Sign for Boat Launch Locations
This sign can be placed below the Manitoba "Stop AIS" sign. We suggest using standard highway grade aluminum sign blanks that are 17.625 by 23.625 inches with rounded corners and vertical punched holes. Expect to pay about $45 per sign for a plain white background or $60 per sign for a reflective white background.
Use a 10' - 4" x 4" post drilled 3 - 4 feet into the ground.