Stewardship

 

The Battle River Watershed Alliance always welcomes help, be it volunteers at events, new committee members, or engaged citizens to further our mission of creating and sustaining a healthy watershed.  People of all ages, abilities and backgrounds are welcome.  Specific opportunities will be posted here as the need arises.  If you have a specific skill or time you would like to offer,  you may contact Nathalie at nathalie@battleriverwatershed.ca or by phone 1-888-672-0276. 

 

Upcoming Involvement Opportunities

Check out our News and Events page for more information and additional involvement opportunities. 

 

 

Watershed Stewardship Groups
Ready to help the Battle River? Want to find out who is doing work in your area?  Contact your local group to take action for the Battle River Watershed.

Visit the Watershed Stewardship Groups Page by clicking here.

  

Watershed Stewardship Programs  

Alberta Fish & Game Association’s Parkland Stewardship Program and Farm Waterwatch

Farm conservation planning and surface water quality monitoring
(780) 437-2342

Cows and Fish
Partnering with communities on riparian management
(403) 340-7607

Ducks Unlimited Canada
Restoring and managing wetlands for habitat and wildlife
(780) 672-6786, extension 5

Alberta Conservation Association
Conserving and enhancing wildlife, fisheries and habitat
1-877-969-9091

Environmental Farm Plan
Helping producers identify environmental opportunities and challenges on their land.

  • As of December 2009, the Alberta Environmental Farm Plan Company is no longer operational. With the switch of the Environmental Farm Plan (EFP) program to the extension service of Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development (ARD), the best place to get information on EFPs and related support under the Growing Forward Program is to contact the ARD toll-free phone resource 310-FARM (3276) or the Growing Forward website.

Rolling Down the River EventWolf Creek WMP Meeting