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Monthly Archives: September 2016

Manitoba Museum Participates in the Best in Heritage Conference in Croatia

Winnipeg MB (September 23, 2016): The Manitoba Museum’s award-winning exhibit, Lake Winnipeg: Shared Solutions, will be presented at the Best in Heritage Conference in Croatia on Saturday, September 24, 2016 by Adèle Hempel, Director of Research, Collections and Exhibits at the Museum. The Best in Heritage is an international, annual survey of award-winning museum, heritage and conservation projects. More than twenty projects from around the world, proclaimed to be the…

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Underwater Archaeologist Speaks at Manitoba Museum

Marc-Andre Bernier

Winnipeg, MB (September 19, 2016): Marc-André Bernier, Manager of the Parks Canada’s Underwater Archaeology team that led the search for the missing 1845 Franklin Expeditions ships, will be speaking as a part of the Manitoba Museum’s Speaker Series on October 20, 2016 at 7:00 pm. Tickets are $15 ($12 for members) and are available online (ManitobaMuseum.ca) or at the Museum. Bernier was one of the first people to see and…

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Pollination: A Comparison of Prairies

It was with some sadness that I finished my last field work of the season at the Nature Conservancy’s Yellow Quill Prairie. It will be many long, cold months before I get to go out again. However, I was eager to get back to the office to crunch some numbers and see how the pollinator community in mixed grass prairie differed from the fescue and tall grass prairies that I’ve…

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