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AEP Suspends Lake Stabilization Licenses for Buffalo and Gull Lakes

Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP) recently announced their decision to suspend lake stabilization licenses for Buffalo Lake and Gull Lake, due to concerns over Prussian carp.

Update on the Red Deer River Watershed Alliance’s Fall Forum

The Red Deer River Watershed Alliance hosted our 2018 Fall Forum at the Nexsource Centre in Sylvan Lake on November 1, 2018. 

Water Narratives: Audrey Daines, ALUS Canada Red Deer County

Usually, when we bring you stories of ALUS participants, we’re sharing a story of success and optimism. Some projects, with such hopeful intentions, are disrupted by competing interests or societal demands. 

Watershed Moments: Highlights from our Municipal Bus Tour

On September 12-13, the RDRWA organized a 2-day bus tour for elected officials with the goal of showcasing a range of water and land-related issues across the southeastern portion of the Red Deer River watershed.

RDRWA Fall Forum "Watershed Health" -Register Now!

We are pleased to announce that thanks to the generous sponsorship of the Town of Sylvan Lake and the Insurance Bureau of Canada our 2018 Fall Forum will be a free event 

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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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