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RDRWA Spring Forum: Grassroots and Muddy Boots -Watershed Stewardship In Action -POSTPONED!

Due to the increased presence of COVID-19 in Alberta, the Red Deer River Watershed Alliance have made the decision to postpone the RDRWA Spring Forum.

The "Hyporheic Zone" -Duane Radford

Most outdoorsmen and women have likely never heard of the "hyporheic zone" (Latin for "under river") , even though it's of vital importance in terms of drinking water quality and supply, never mind the survival of Alberta's fish.

New Interactive Database Helps Albertans Visualize Climate Change

A new, interactive online database developed at the University of Lethbridge provides easy access to Alberta climate records.

Conference Showcases Watershed Approaches Across the Prairie Provinces

The Partners FOR the Saskatchewan River Basin hosted their 2019 conference "Lake Winnipeg: Where Waters Meet" from September 30th - October 2nd in Gimli, Manitoba.

Enhanced Monitoring To Protect North Saskatchewan River

Alberta Environment and Parks, EPCOR, the City of Edmonton and the NSWA have partnered to launch an enhanced water monitoring program that aims to better understand and protect the North Saskatchewan River.

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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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