Rural Development Institute
- Rural Development Institute
Rural Development InstituteLocated lower level McMaster Hall
- Miniota Area
Miniota AreaWakpa Tanka Lookout off Hwy #83 about 1 1/2 mile north of Miniota, Manitoba. The site provides a panoramic view of the river valley.
ShelterbeltShelterbelt located at Southwest Manitoba farm.
- 2010 CRRF Annual Conference
2010 CRRF Annual Conference2010 CRRF Annual Conference, On the Bright Side: Rural Canada Works, in Brandon, MB.
- 2011 MB Excellence in Sustainability Award
2011 MB Excellence in Sustainability AwardRDI receives Honourable Mention at 2011 Manitoba Excellence in Sustainability Awards. Photo courtesy of Tracey Goncalves.
- Welcome to Rural Development Institute
Welcome to Rural Development InstituteRural Development Institute and the Department of Rural Development located on the lower level of McMaster Hall.
- Two Tomes added to RDI’s Publishing Arm
Two Tomes added to RDI’s Publishing ArmKen Beesley-The Rural-Urban Fringe in Canada: Conflict & Controversy; Doug Ramsey-Geographical Perspectives on Sustainable Rural Change.
- Kenaston, Saskatchewan
Kenaston, SaskatchewanKenaston, SK ~ A member of the WaterWolf Regional Round Table.
- Launch of Shelterbelt Website
Launch of Shelterbelt WebsiteHon. Ron Kostyshyn, MAFRI Minister and Bill Ashton, RDI Director officially launch new shelterbelt website http://prairieshelterbelts.ca/
- Field of Round Hay Bales
Field of Round Hay BalesLocated in southern Manitoba.
Rural Development Institute News
- BU Research Explores Rural Amalgamations
- May 20, 2013
- RDI research for Strong Rural Municipalities in Manitoba
- May 16, 2013
- 2013 Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation (CRRF) ~ October 24-27, 2013
- March 27, 2013
- Booming Communities to Benefit from BU Research
- February 21, 2013
- Demonstration and Investigation Into Livestock Systems Adoption
- International Comparative Rural Policies Studies (ICRPS)
- Manitoba Food Processing Research 2012-13
- Manitoba 2012 Planning Conference – Legacy Project
- Pathfinder for Communities: Selecting Tools for CED
- Rural by Design
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