The South East Alberta Watershed Alliance (SEAWA) brings together diverse partners to plan and facilitate the sustainable use of the South Saskatchewan River Watershed for present and future needs.
SEAWA is pleased to announce the start of a new two-year project, “Riparian Areas Assessment and Restoration in the Seven Persons Creek Watershed.” This project has been funded by the Government of Alberta under the Watershed Resiliency and Restoration Program
Large drainage basins are typically divided into smaller units, either “sub-basins” or “sub-watersheds,” to make them easier to manage. The Government of Alberta defines the larger basin formed by the Bow, Oldman, Red Deer and the Alberta portion of
Our SEAWA UpSTREAM Quarterly newsletters help to keep you informed about our watershed activities and programs. To register for the “What’s New in the Watershed” monthly newsletters, you can click the “REGISTER NOW” button,
If you have a photograph or video of the watershed that you would like to share with others, please send it along to us and we will include it in our Photo and Video Gallery!
The flow rates of rivers can vary greatly over the year (such as in 2011 and 2013). Alberta Environment and the Water Survey of Canada offer river flows and levels across several watersheds in the South Saskatchewan River Sub-Basin.