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2024 AGM Notice

Nature Manitoba's 2024 Annual General Meeting

The AGM will be held in-person at the Westworth United Church, 1750 Grosvenor Avenue, on Tuesday March 26th, 2024 at 7pm.

2023 Reports

Below are links to NM's annual and financial reports. If you are a voting member please review these documents prior to attending the meeting if possible. We will not be handing out paper copies of our reports at the AGM.

Nature Manitoba Annual Report 2023 - coming soon!

Nature Manitoba Financial Report 2023 - coming soon!

Nature Manitoba 2024 Agenda 

102nd ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

26 MARCH 2024 at 7:00 pm

1. Welcome
2. Minutes of the preceding Annual General Meeting March 2023
3. Annual Report of the President and Committee reports
4. Treasurer’s Report
5. Appointment of Auditors for 2024
6. Resolutions
7. Elect Board Members
8. Executive Members
9. Announcement  of Awards
10. Adjournment

2023/2024 Slate of Officers and Board Members of Nature Manitoba

EXECUTIVE (1year term)

President -  Sandy HayGlass

Executive Vice President -  Don Himbeault

Vice President -  James Whitelaw

Treasurer -  Andre Laberge

Secretary - Katrina Froese

Past President -  Jack Dubois

BOARD MEMBERS (3 year terms)

Term ending Mar/2026

Meredith Stoesz

Marika Olynyk

John Schulz

George Derwin

Read more about our Slate of Officers and Board Members here.

Resolutions

Coming soon if any resolutions are brought forth.

Presentation: 

Migration Monitoring Through Bird Banding

 

Description: Paula Grieef is the Resident Naturalist at the Harry J. Enns Wetland Discovery Centre at Oak Hammock Marsh. As a part of her broad scope of work, she coordinates wildlife and bird surveys, including starting the Delta Marsh Bird Observatory in 1995.

Bird banding contributes to our understanding of populations and patterns in migratory and resident birds. This research is even more important in the face of a rapidly changing climate.

Paula will share stories of bird research, the hows and whys and some of the trends for common species caught.