Mandalyn Unger, Environment and Open Spaces Coordinator
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The Spence Neighbourhood is the area between Portage and Notre Dame Avenues and Balmoral Street to Agnes Street. This 25 block area is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Winnipeg, and has a rich history to be shared. EOS History Project.
We envision that the residents of the Spence Neighbourhood will look upon their past, present and future with pride. We encourage the community to maintain the green spaces, boulevards, and their home areas. We envision members of the Spence Neighbourhood taking pride in living in the Spence Area which will help to reflect a more positive perception among the community at large.
Green Spaces are City of Winnipeg owned lots that the SNA maintains, develops and makes safe places to be. These spaces are not designated as a tot-lot, community garden or park but function as open green space in the community.
Green Spaces in our neighbourhood include 683 Agnes Street and Cumberland Corridor (from Maryland Avenue to Spence Street).
You can see our community gardens here.
What is composting?
Composting is the natural process of breaking down organic material, such as kitchen and yard waste, to produce a nutrient-rich, soil-like material. The process works with the help of micro-organisms such as bacteria and fungi combined with air and moisture.
Visit our Organic and Household Waste Page to find out more!
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