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Three cheers for more data : An update on surface water monitoring

People who work in watershed management love data. We are always on the lookout for good data and insights about the state of the rivers, streams, lakes, and groundwater we care about. 

Public Input Will Help Guide Parks Canada Priorities

The national parks of the Rocky Mountain region hold special places in the hearts of Canadians. Places like Banff and Jasper are recognized across Canada and around the world as examples of the conservation and enjoyment of natural heritage. 

Bighorn Country & our Watershed

Conversations about the future of Bighorn Country have reached a fever pitch in recent weeks, with people from all walks of life weighing in on the Government of Alberta’s proposal for the area.

Changes to the Water Act Applications Process

On January 18, 2019, Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP) fully launched the Water Act Approvals component of the Enivormental Approvals System(EAS) OneStop. 

ED Jeff Hanger Celebrates 5 Years with RDRWA!

This January marks a significant milestone for our Executive Director, Jeff Hanger, who celebrates his five year anniversary with the RDRWA!


Alberta Government - LogoWe gratefully acknowledge Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP) for their continued financial and in-kind contributions towards the work of the Red Deer River Watershed Alliance. Alberta Environment and Park's support helps to ensure that the Red Deer River watershed remains healthy, dynamic and sustainable today and well into the future.  

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