Watershed Educational Opportunities
Understanding the natural environment, our connection to water, and how human activities can effect things like water quality and habitat are important and necessary for the stewardship and management of Lesser Slave Lake and its watershed. The LSWC strives to provide information, resources, and educational opportunities to people of all ages.
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Elliott & Rosche Memorial Bursary
The Elliott & Rosche Memorial Bursary was created in 2020 in honor of two of the LSWC's founding and longest serving directors Brian Elliott and Brian Rosche. The Bursary of $1,000 is given annually to a student pursuing post secondary education in the sciences. 2021 Application Deadline is June 1, 2021
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