Our Watershed. Our future. Ours to protect.



News and Upcoming Events


Save the Date!

The LSWC 2024 Annual General Meeting will be taking place on June 20, 2024. 
Stay tuned for registration info, Board of director Nomination forms and more


Eyes on Slave Lake is LIVE! 

Our exciting new project called ”Eyes on Slave Lake” is LIVE.
We have 2 live streaming cameras that provide 24/7 views of Lesser Slave Lake. View lake conditions in real time from anywhere in the world!
The project was developed to showcase Lesser Slave Lake to viewers around the globe, and to  help recreational lake users make informed decisions about lake use before they make their way out to the lake!
Special Shout out to Sunstone Inn Bed & BreakfastdeSIGNS by Tam Ltd and RMS Electrical for their support in making this possible!

Contact Executive Director, Meghan Payne, at [email protected] or by phone at (780)523-9800 to purchase advertising on the live feeds.
The live feeds are LIVE on the LSWC’s YouTube Page! Check them out!
Watch our Joussard LIVE Camera now!


Watershed Resiliency Projects with the LSWC!

The LSWC is always looking for landowners to partner with to improve our watershed! We help fund eligible projects that aim to improve our watershed's function by restoration efforts or by making it more resilient! If you're seeing an issue on your land, please reach out! We may be able to help support a project to benefit the environment and your bottom line! 

Some examples of eligible projects include: 

- Riparian Enhancements
- Wetland Enhancements (creation, enhancement, restoration)
- Off stream Watering Systems
- Stream Crossings
- Riparian Fencing 
- Onsite Water Retention Efforts
- Creation/Increase of Absorptive Capacities
- And More!

Want to learn more? Get in touch with Meghan Payne at the LSWC office at 780-523-9800!

We are here to help! 



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Prefer a paper copy? Download a 2024 LSWC Society membership HERE

Download the 2022/23 Annual Report HERE