Summer Pit Roast
Thursday August 17th 2017
Mark your calendar! Thursday August 17th will be Kelsey Conservation District’s Annual BBQ at the Carrot Valley Community Club. In years past we have cooked whole hogs, turkeys, fallow deer and a side of bison. This year will be cooking a hog and a large beef roast. The cost will be $15 per person with kids under 14 accompanied by their parents free.
Instead of doing a pit roast this year we are going to switch up the cooking method and cook the meat over a fire.
If you are planning on coming to the pit roast we would like to hear from you, so please give us a call at 204-623-3353 or email me back at
Manitoba Conservation Districts are a Provincial and Municipal partnership that is directed towards water and soil conservation.
Kelsey Conservation District was formed in January of 1999. Of all the 18 Conservation Districts in the Province of MB, we are the most diverse as we are surrounded by numerous ecosystems. Our borders are the RM of Kelsey. Within these boundaries as well as outside these boundaries is our Watershed. The Saskatchewan River Basin stretches from the province of Alberta through Saskatchewan and Manitoba emptying into Hudson Bay. This watershed envelops many lakes, rivers, potholes, swamps and marshlands. With the help of our partners, the Rural Municipality of Kelsey and Manitoba Sustainable Development, Kelsey Conservation District’s mandate is to address watershed issues and offer incentive based programming to improve soil and water quality, aquatic and riparian health, and provide educational programming. After all everything and everyone is reliant on a healthy water supply.
Surface Water Fluctuations
Full Integrated Watershed Management Plan
The Carrot-Saskatchewan River Integrated Watershed Management Plan encompasses the area of land in Manitoba which contributes water to the Carrot River and the Saskatchewan River watershed. The Kelsey Conservation District is leading plan development in partnership with the Provincial government and a team of supporting agencies, interest groups and watershed residents.
The purpose of the Carrot-Saskatchewan River Integrated Watershed Management Plan (IWMP) is to positively influence land and water management, with a focus on protecting water, aquatic ecosystems and drinking water sources in the Carrot-Saskatchewan River Watershed.
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The Current is published annually as the official publication of Manitoba Conservation Districts Association. It features editorials from many of the 18 Conservation Districts within Manitoba.