Welcome to the
La Salle Redboine
Conservation District

fieldLa Salle Redboine Conservation District is a non-profit, grass roots organization serving to protect, manage, & develop our natural resources in a sustainable manner for the greater benefit of the present & future generations.

Programs
La Salle Redboine Conservation District offers a number of beneficial programs to landowners dealing with Soil Management, Water Management and Pasture Management.
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Watershed Management
La Salle Redboine Conservation District has been established as Water Planning Authority (WPA), and cooperating with efforts beyond our district, are addressing watershed problems.
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Education
Through Public Education, LSRB strives for greater awareness of sustainable land-use & conservation practices for redisdents, as well as through community and school programs.
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What's New at LSRB?

  • Boyne-Morris River IWMP

    The draft plan is being laid out and will soon be ready for commenting.  Stay tuned for opportunities to make sure everything you think should be covered will make it into the plan.

    Don’t feel like you missed your chance however, we always welcome feedback on the issues and assets you see in the Boyne-Morris Watershed.

    • Meeting Reminder

      Our next Board Meeting will take place on October 19th in Holland.  The meeting will be at the LSRBCD Shop and it will start at 9:30am.

      • Pelly’s Lake Watershed Management Area

        Watch for new interpretive signs coming soon at the Pelly’s Lake Park!  We are working with Heather Hinam from Second Nature on some very cool design ideas.

        Check out our video of the Dam in operation on our YouTube page!

        • La Salle River IWMP

          We are always accepting applications for projects in the La Salle River Watershed.  Give our office a call and let us know about your land use issues.

          The La Salle River is experiencing erosion problems due to waves from watercraft wake.  Please help us protect the stability of our riverbank and slow your boats down, especially in areas marked as ‘No Wake Zones’.