Debwendon Inc is a non-profit organization formed in 2007 to promote and preserve the Brokenhead Wetland Ecological Reserve, raise public awareness of the historic cultural connection between the Brokenhead Ojibway Nation and the Brokenhead Wetland, construct and maintain over the long term a boardwalk and interpretive trail adjacent to the Brokenhead Wetland Ecological Reserve, and raise funds toward those ends.  The word Debwendon means... read more

Watch EKO (short version)

site updated: 2010May07

Photos from the Reel Green Film Festival where we showed our EKO video and had a display

Debwendon receives Charity-Status!
We now have Charity-status. Our registration-number is 85940 9997 RR0001. read more

Photos from our Chasing Benevolence Fundraiser at the Orbit Room

Premier Greg Selinger announces funding for a new interpretive trail and boardwalk:  "This new resource will allow the public to safely visit the area without causing damage to the fragile native plants and their habitat," said Selinger. "I especially want to thank our partners, Debwendon Inc. and Eugene Reimer, for their support in making this new trail possible."

Brokenhead Wetlands Interpretive Trail Funding Announcement Video:  Thanks to the generous efforts of Kelly-Anne Richmond and Matthew McBurney, here is a video of the Special Event that announced the Funding in support of the Brokenhead Wetlands Interpretive Trail Project

Conservation and Water Stewardship Minister Gord Mackintosh announces the expansion of the Brokenhead Ecological Reserve:  Images and information from the Special Field Day held at the Boreal Woods Nature Centre on June 22nd.

The Summer edition of the Manitoba Eco Network Journal includes an article on the Wetland Interpretive Trail.

Winnipeg Free Press article on the Brokenhead Interpretive Trail