Working Well Workshop

Clean Water. Well Protected.

The Working Well program has information resources available free of charge for water well owners and others interested in learning and promoting how to protect and maintain water wells.Private water well owners in Alberta are responsible for managing and maintaining their water wells. The Working Well program provides well owners with the information and tools they need to properly care for their wells.

Workshops

Working Well offers province-wide, hands-on workshops for well owners to learn the basics of groundwater, well construction, common well problems, contamination risks, importance of well reclamation and best management practices.

Battle River/ Sounding Creek Workshops:

Donalda, Stettler County. April 15th 2015. Contact Mark Millang, (780) 672-7273 or email mmillang@county.camrose.ab.ca
Buffalo Lake, Camrose County. June 11th, 2015.  Contact Mark Millang, (780) 672-7273 or email mmillang@county.camrose.ab.ca

Workshops are offered by request; contact us to request a workshop.

For more info on the Working Well program please visit their website at: esrd.alberta.ca/water/education-guidelines/working-well/default.aspx

View the entire Winter 2015 Working Well schedule here: http://esrd.alberta.ca/water/education-guidelines/working-well/documents/WorkingWellWorkshopScheduleSpring-Mar2015.pdf

Location: 
Across Alberta and the Battle River Watershed
Event Date: 
Thursday, June 11, 2015

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