riparian

Riparian Areas Management: Policy Advice

This report outlines the BRWA's recommendations for riparian areas management in the Battle River and Sounding Creek watersheds in Alberta.

Gravity-Fed Watering System- Water Runs Down Hill

This fact sheet comes from the Ferry Point Reach Riparian Restoration Program Project Journal. They are to be used by producers or their allies to research or implement their own restoration projects.  

Alternative Water Source- Digging Deep

This fact sheet comes from the Ferry Point Reach Riparian Restoration Program Project Journal. They are to be used by producers or their allies to research or implement their own restoration projects.  

Solar Watering System- Water Access, Away from the River

This fact sheet comes from the Ferry Point Reach Riparian Restoration Program Project Journal. They are to be used by producers or their allies to research or implement their own restoration projects.  

Riparian Fencing- Building a Buffer

This fact sheet comes from the Ferry Point Reach Riparian Restoration Program Project Journal. They are to be used by producers or their allies to research or implement their own restoration projects.  

Riparian Health Assessment Fact Sheet

This fact sheet comes from the Ferry Point Reach Riparian Restoration Program Project Journal. They are to be used by producers or their allies to research or implement their own restoration projects.  

This fact sheet is an overview of the Riparian Health Assessments conducted by Cows and Fish.

To view all of the fact sheets, visit the Riparian Restoration Page at www.battleriverwatershed.ca/riparian.

Project Journal of the Ferry Point Reach Riparian Restoration Program

The Ferry Point Reach Restoration Program was led by the Battle River Watershed Alliance with community partners and landowners. The aim of the Riparian Restoration Program is to improve the health of riparian areas to support fish and fish habitat and promote the health of a river that we and our children can enjoy, access, and thrive on.

Aerial Videography Study

This project was conducted to test the use of geo-referenced, low-level aerial videography to assess the health and integrity of the riparian management area along selected reaches of the Battle River in support of Alberta Environment’s Water for Life Strategy and the Battle River Watershed Alliance.

Rolling Down the River EventWolf Creek WMP Meeting