The Battle River Watershed Alliance works to protect watersheds, but we’re not alone. We are grateful for the many individuals, businesses, and organizations who are stewards of this place. There are many opportunities for you or your organization to get involved in stewardship projects or groups that are working to improve and protect the health of our watersheds for us and future generations.

Stewardship Projects

These hands-on projects require dedicated volunteers to get them off the ground and keep them going.

riparian restoration programs

The goal of these programs is to work with landowners and provide financial support for projects that help improve the health of the Battle River, creeks, lakes and wetlands.

Steers drink from a controlled water trough

Finding Common Ground

This bike tour and documentary explored energy options and opportunities in the Battle River region.

Echo

This five-year, cross-Canada project looks at the connections between the health of people, communities, and the environment.

otis awards

The OTIS Award is a way to recognize businesses, organizations, individuals, and youth in the Battle River and Sounding Creek watersheds who are OutsTanding In Stewardship.

Susan Ellis receives an OTIS award

Stewardship Groups

Watershed Stewardship Groups raise awareness and undertake on-the-ground activities to protect and enhance local lakes and streams.

Want to jump into action?

Follow these 10 suggestions, and you’ll be a hero in your watershed.

An orange and blue list describing watershed stewardship actions

How would you like to get involved?

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