Manitoba nudism

Media coverage from John Kundert's time as Naturist Legacy's president:

Manitoba nudists have a new place to enjoy their pastime. A piece of 80-acre land 10 km east of Libau has been purchased and has officially become Naturist Legacy, the legacy of Crocus Grove Sun Club, which for 40 years was Manitoba's premiere nudist club.... Nudism (also called naturism) is the practice of going without clothing in social settings (generally in mixed-gender groups of all ages) in the belief that doing so is beneficial to human mental health. According to its website, Naturist Legacy believes in and supports the principle of providing a safe and secure environment where naturism suitable for all ages can be legally practiced in a natural and non-sexual setting. Modelled after a land trust (also known as a land conservancy), this new private non-profit corporation will both own and manage Naturist Legacy. The park will be open for use this summer, but John [Kundert] said it won't be until next year that actual facilities are available. Plans include the installation of bathrooms, a swimming pool, and eventually a clubhouse.

Excerpts from "Nudists purchase new camp near Libau" by Marc Zienkiewicz
The Selkirk Journal, May 6, 2011

The full text of this article is available from John Kundert on request.

More media coverage: "Determined Nudists Earn A New Beginning", "Crocus Grove Sun Club Rises From The Ashes To Become Naturist Legacy Inc.", "Manitoba's Naturist Legacy is open for business", "Nudists get new hangout"


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Manitoba nudism