|Brian Elliott||Brian Rosche|
The Lesser Slave Watershed Council (LSWC) works to improve and maintain a healthy watershed through education, planning and implementation of shared initiatives in support of communities and ecosystems throughout the region. In October 2020 donated funds made in memory of LSWC founder board members Brian Elliot and Brian Rosche, would be made into a bursary for watershed residents. Recognized for their abilities to bring about the best in others, and engage with others in the protection of our region’s waterways, Mr. Elliott and Mr. Rosche’s work has been memorialized through this bursary.
Applications are now being accepted for the Elliott & Rosche Memorial Bursary. This bursary is awarded annually in the fourth week of June to a post-secondary student from our watershed who is pursuing environmental sciences, biology, earth sciences, or a water focused program starting in September 2022. The application deadline for this opportunity is June 1st, 2022; any applications received after June 1st will be saved for consideration in the following year.
Eligibility Requirements for the Elliott & Rosche Memorial Bursary:
- completing grade 12, currently registered or enrolled to attend a post secondary institution in Alberta
- have been a resident of the Lesser Slave Watershed for a minimum of one-year preceding the start of their program
- be enrolled in a program studying environmental sciences, biology, earth sciences, or a water focused program
- complete the application and submitted in full by the deadline
We ask that complete applications be sent to: Lesser Slave Watershed Council, Attn: Elliott & Rosche Memorial Bursary, PO Box 2607, High Prairie AB. T0G 1E0, or by email: [email protected].
Application Deadline for 2021 Bursary is June 1, 2022.
Download the Application HERE.
If you have questions or need assistance with your application, please contact our Watershed Coordinator, Kate, at (780) 523-9800 or via email: [email protected]