SEAWA this Fall November 2020

November 30, 2020By

SEAWA Fall 2020 newsletter is hot off the press. A wrap-up to our riparian restoration field season 2020. We celebrated National Forest Week in September – a great article on riparian forests in the South Saskatchewan River and awareness walks.

SEAWA this summer 2020

August 31, 2020By

SEAWA summer 2020 newsletter is hot off the press: It has been a very productive summer full of watershed activities including environmental stewardship – riparian restoration, applied research – control of leafy spurge and reed canary grass, outreach through art,

SEAWA’S 13th Annual General Meeting – July 22, 2020

June 24, 2020By

Please register by July 15, 2020 by phone: 403-580-8980 or email: We would like to invite all SEAWA members to join us at our 13th Annual General Meeting on July 22, 2020, 12:30 to 3:00 pm, at the Medicine

Prairie Shores – SEAWA Riparian Restoration Partnerships

February 28, 2020By

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

SEAWA Awarded the Medicine Hat Community Spirit Award: Environment

December 9, 2019By

Earlier this year, SEAWA was awarded the Medicine Hat Community Spirit Award: Environment, for achievements and efforts in environmental stewardship and sustainability. An award ceremony was held on October 3rd to introduce the winners and officially present them with their awards.

Rare Species Spotted! SEAWA Encountered the Great Basin Calicoflower on the Shores of Sauder Reservoir

December 9, 2019By

SEAWA recently encountered the Great Basin calicoflower during summer fieldwork along the shores of Sauder Reservoir. After sending photos to SEAWA member Cathy Linowski for identification, she informed staff that the species is ranked as an S3 species, with request

SEAWA’s Publication “Riparian Areas and Riparian Plants in the Seven Persons Creek Watershed” has been Updated

December 9, 2019By

The “Riparian Areas and Riparian Plants in the Seven Persons Creek Watershed” publication produced by SEAWA has been updated with new photos, new species, and updates to information and credits. Do you know the common plant species in our watershed?

SEAWA’s November Newsletter has been Released and is Available for Online Viewing

December 9, 2019By

SEAWA’s November Newsletter is now out and can be read online on the Newsletters page. This issue features information about drinking water quality, SEAWA’s restoration work, SEAWA’s communication events, and more. Past newsletter issues are also available.

SEAWA is now hiring a Community Engagement & Office Intern!

November 13, 2019By

Are you a new graduate of, or about to complete your degree in environmental science, biology, or a related natural resource science?  This position is an opportunity to gain practical experience in community engagement & outreach, riparian areas restoration, and

9 km of Riparian Areas Restored!

November 6, 2019By

9 km of Riparian Areas Restored!      On-the-ground riparian restoration work in the SEAWA watershed was implemented between April 2018 to October 2019. So far, a total of 9 km has been restored. Restoration consisted of  installation of 2

REGISTER NOW for SEAWA’s Educational Forum on Riparian Restoration and Water Quality

September 30, 2019By

Join us and learn about restoring our local streambanks and information on stream water quality. The forum will feature speakers from Alberta who will present about riparian restoration in southeast Alberta, water quality in the SEAWA watershed, and riparian habitat