Who is the Lesser Slave Watershed Council?
The Lesser Slave Watershed Council (LSWC) is a nonprofit, charitable organization whose mission is: to be a proactive organization working towards long term economic, social and environmental sustainability of the Lesser Slave watershed and its citizens. The LSWC is guided by a board of directors elected by members within the watershed.
What does the LSWC do?
- Report on the health of the Lesser watershed through State of the Watershed reports and other technical studies.
- Provide watershed management recommendations to decision makers, including the Government of Alberta, municipalities, industry and other stakeholders through the development and implementation of an integrated watershed management plan for the basin.
- Promote watershed stewardship through diverse education and outreach programs for people of all ages.
- Work with the Government of Alberta to deliver Water for Life goals.
The Lesser Slave Watershed
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Upcoming Events and News
RAIN BARREL Fundraiser - click HERE for details and to order
Purchase a recycled rain barrel for your home or garden and support the LSWC! Deadline to order is May 24, 2017
Green Acreage Workshops
The LSWC and our local Municipalities are hosting Green Acreage Workshops in High Prairie and Slave Lake. The Land Stewardship Center's Green Acreage Program provides rural or recreational property owners with lots of great information about managing many aspects of your property including: water/waste water, landscaping, shoreline or riparian management, goal setting and planning for your goals. Learn more about municipal weed management and other programs from local Ag Fieldman from Big Lakes
When: May 17, 2017
Where: LSWC Office
Time: 6:00pm - 10:00pm, doors open at 5:30pm
Free to attend, but please pre register so we have enough participant workbooks.
Call 780 523 9800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register
LSWC's Annual General meeting
Please join us for our 10th AGM!
When: June 16th, 2017 at 1:00pm to 4:30pm with dinner at 5:30 at Bayshore resort.
Where: Faust Community Hall & Bayshore Resort
Agenda to include: year in review, project updates, financial presentation, Board of Director elections, and a presentation about the Alberta Water Council's Lake Management Project and recommendations from Project Manager Anuja Ramgoolam,
Free to attend, BBQ dinner to follow meeting at Bayshore Resort. Memberships available at the door, must be a member to vote.
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