A monument in the Pembina Valley Wildlife Management Area, on an unmaintained road in the Municipality of Pembina, was erected by Ducks Unlimited Canada to commemorate its Lindsay Memorial Project. Built in 1955 to restore a wetland in the area, the project was named for Minnesota sportsman Raymond J. Lindsay.
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Ducks Unlimited Monuments
Manitoba Organization: Ducks Unlimited Canada
We thank Joe Thompson for providing information used here.
This page was prepared by Chris Thompson and Gordon Goldsborough.
Page revised: 16 August 2021
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