Request for MWF Member Input on Shared Management

whitetail deer buck standing in a snowy field looking over his sholder

Many of you may know that Manitoba Sustainable Development is currently meeting with Indigenous commu-nities on a number of topics, including a new model of wildlife management termed “Shared Management”. The concept of Shared Management could be a big departure from how wildlife is currently managed in the province and is an opportunity for the hunting community to have real input into wildlife policies and hunting regulations. The MWF will be meeting with Sustainable Development in the coming months to discuss Shared Management, and our vision for it. What is your vision? We want to know!

The MWF is requesting your input and thoughts about what Shared Management means to you. What is the goal? What are the objectives? What should Shared Management include (or not include)? As the develop-ment of Shared Management is still in its infancy, this is a large opportunity for MWF to help create a meaning-ful and successful management model that will better ensure the sustainability of our wildlife resources, as well as create policies that consider licensed hunter’s interests. Your ideas are greatly appreciated! 

Please take a few minutes to write down your ideas and email them to us at by no later than April 18, 2018.
(204) 633-5967 / (877) 633-4868
4-999 King Edward Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3H 0R1