RDRWA Lake Day

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Here at the Red Deer River Watershed Alliance we share your passion for the creeks, streams, fish, wildlife, rivers and landscapes that support the 375,000 people that live within the watershed. 

Aspects on the landscape are constantly changing and new challenges are emerging in relation to lakes: land use, blue green algae or aquatic invasive species to name a few.

As your local Watershed Planning and Advisory Council, the RDRWA works on key initiatives ranging from environmental stewardship projects, watershed planning and research to raising public awareness through education and community events- helping to ensure a legacy of ecological integrity and economic sustainability for our watershed.

Over the last three years we have held a successful partnership with the Alberta Lake Management Society (ALMS) to look at lakes within the watershed; a project funded by the Environmental Damages Fund. In 2017, they tested Alix, Haunted, Pine, Gleniffer and Burnstick lakes through this initiative.

Join us on February 3, 2018 for our informative Winter Lake Day event. ALMS will present the results from their lake tests, and we will touch on a number of different lake management related topics that will hopefully spark some great conversations and help us build healthier lakes and lake-watersheds together.


February 3rd, 2018 10:00 AM   through   3:00 PM
285 Canal Street
Gull Lake, AB

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