Cooks Creek Conservation District NO. 5  
Cooks creek conservation
  Abandoned Well Sealing
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  Crossing Infrastructure
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  Drain Infrastructure
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  Drainage Licensing
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  Forestry
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  Haying Permits
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  High Efficiency Laundry Appliance Program
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  Public Education
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  Soils Program
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  Water Quality Monitoring
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  Water Retention
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  Wildlife Habitat
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  Integrated Watershed Management Plan
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Programs - Forestry

The Oakbank Scouts and the District have planted over 1,500 trees of 6 different types at the wildlife site. This is an ongoing project due to wind damage at the site in 2007 and natural lifespan of trees.

Working with the Manitoba Forestry Association and the R.M. of Springfield, the District organized a tree planting at a decommissioned gravel pit with funding for the project coming from the Manitoba Lotteries Commission and Qulico Homes. A total of 30,000 trees have been planted.