On 1 May 1993, at this site in the Rural Municipality of Rockwood, the Oak Hammock Marsh Conservation Centre of Ducks Unlimited Canada was opened officially by President Claude Hooper Wilson, Minister of Western Economic Diversification Mary Collins, and Minister of Natural Resources Harry John Enns. A bronze plaque at the entrance to the facility commemorates the event.
Manitoba Organization: Ducks Unlimited Canada
Historic Sites of Manitoba: North American Waterfowl Conservation Honour Roll (Oak Hammock Marsh, RM of Rockwood)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Duck Factory No. 1 Building (Oak Hammock Marsh, RM of Rockwood)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Oak Hammock Marsh Monument (Oak Hammock Marsh, RM of Rockwood)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Manitoba Legacy Greenwing Volunteers Plaque (Oak Hammock Marsh, RM of Rockwood)
This page was prepared by Rose Kuzina and Gordon Goldsborough.
Page revised: 19 December 2022
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