The South East Alberta Watershed Alliance (SEAWA) brings together diverse partners to educate the public, to support knowledge development, and to develop and facilitate the implementation of management plans for the sustainable use of the South Saskatchewan River Sub-Basin and the Pakowki Lake watershed.
SEAWA is very proud to present: Prairie Shores – Riparian Restoration in the SEAWA Watershed, a documentary about partnerships in riparian restoration. The video, shot in the spring and summer of 2019, demonstrates the hard work and passion of the
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
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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.