Stewardship Groups

The Red Deer River Watershed Alliance developed a Watershed Stewardship Kit intended to provide individuals with the basic information they need to start a watershed stewardship group and to translate their passion for stewardship of their watershed into success on the ground.
 

Our Partners At Work For a Better Tomorrow

Watershed stewardship groups in the Red Deer River watershed are made up of volunteer citizens who take the initiative to protect their local creek, stream, stretch of river or lake. Watershed stewardship groups proactively develop on-the-ground solutions to ensure the protection of the Red Deer River watershed.
 

Buffalo Lake Naturalist Club (Stettler and Buffalo lake area) is a group of local people who are interested in natural history, the environment and its preservation. It is one of 12 corporate clubs of the Federation of Alberta Naturalists.
Contact: Claudia Cameron clipskic (at) rttinc.com

 

Butte Action Committee (west central Alberta, Caroline-Spruceview area) is a community group that seeks to protect Alberta fresh water by encouraging sound management and objecting to uses that have a negative impact on surface water and aquifers.
Contact: Dale Christian at c.ranch (at) xplornet.ca, or Judy Winter at jwinter (at) telusplanet.net
Website: www.waterdropcycle.com

Friends of Little Red Deer River Society (Little Red Deer River subwatershed) is a registered society that works to enhance the water quality of the Little Red Deer River and its watershed through education and facilitation of management procedures of all stakeholders and users of the river.
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Gull Lake Water Quality Management Society (Gull Lake sub basin) is a registered society that contributes to the preservation of Gull Lake and the area within its watershed as a continuing desirable recreation area. It assists in protecting the water quality of the lake in cooperation with watershed residents.
Contact: Norval Horner at norval1 (at) shaw.ca
Website: www.gulllakewater.net

Kneehill Watershed Advisory Council (Ghostpine Creek, Threehills Creek, Kneehills Creek).
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Medicine River Watershed Society (Medicine River subwatershed) is a registered society that seeks to increase awareness of the importance of water quality and riparian health in the Medicine River watershed, throuhg community and industry involvement in watershed protection and conservation.
Contact: www.aendirectory.ca/directory/group/1622

Pine Lake Restoration Society (Pine Lake subwatershed) is a registered society that works to improve water quality and watershed education in the Pine Lake watershed.
Contact: Carol Moen: camoen (at) shaw.ca
Website: www.pinelakealberta.com

Red Deer River Naturalists (Red Deer River basin) is a charitable organization and registered society that seeks to educate and involve communities in responsible stewardship.
Contact: 403-347-8200 rd.rn (at) hotmail.com
Website: www.rd.rn.fanweb.ca

Clear Water Landcare Group (Medicine River subshed) is a non registered group that focuses on riparian habitat, water quality and watershed management issues.
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Rosebud River Watershed Partners (Rockyford) is a registered society and active stewardship group that is committed to local water stewardship.
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Sylvan Lake Watershed Stewardship Society (Sylvan Lake subwatershed) is a registered society that fosters community-based stewardship of the Sylvan Lake watershed.
Contact: President: info (at) slwss.org
Website: http://www.slwss.org/

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