Information Event – Riparian Areas Restoration Project

October 4, 2017By

November 2, 2017 – Anyone who is interested in watershed stewardship is invited to attend a free public information session. Discussion topics will include: Eligibility and application for riparian restoration funding, the assessment of riparian area condition, water quality, and

Save-the-Date: SEAWA Educational Forum & Project Launch – November 2

August 28, 2017By

SEAWA will be holding an Educational Forum on the importance of riparian areas for watershed resiliency to flood and drought. This event is also the launch of the project, Riparian Areas Assessment and Restoration in the Seven Persons Creek Watershed

Amendment of Request for Proposals

August 14, 2017By

Amendment_RFP_Aerial Assessment Riparian Areas FINAL Amended or new proposals on “Aerial Assessment of Riparian Areas in the Seven Persons Creek Watershed, AB” are due on August 22, 2017.

Request for Proposals

July 17, 2017By

SEAWA is inviting proposals from qualified environmental consulting firms for the project “Aerial Assessment of Riparian Areas in the Seven Persons Creek watershed. Proposal details and instructions are found in the document below. RFP_Aerial Assessment Riparian Areas FINAL


July 17, 2017By

Are you interested in restoring riparian areas on your land? These are the naturally vegetated strips of  land between the stream or lake and the adjacent upland. SEAWA has available funds to subsidize riparian areas restoration on a cost-share basis.

Riparian Areas Restoration Project

July 17, 2017By

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

SEAWA is holding its 10th Annual General Meeting

July 17, 2017By

on June 8, 2017, 1-4 pm,  at the Crowfoot Room, Medicine Hat College, Medicine Hat Twelve seats on the SEAWA Board are open for nomination from the membership. The agenda includes a presentation on Surface Water Quality in the South

Registration is Open for the Rural Stewardship Forum!

July 17, 2017By

SEAWA would like to invite you to our free Rural Stewardship Educational Forum! The day will include talks and discussion about themes from the South Saskatchewan Regional Plan, challenges faced by large land owners, and the future of the Environmental

Environmental Stewardship

July 17, 2017By

Caring for our Watersheds

July 17, 2017By

The Caring for our Watersheds program is an environmental educational competition that encourages creativity and rewards students for the solutions they identify. Caring for our Watersheds Partners with Communities, including the South East Alberta Watershed Alliance, to create focused solutions

The Great Waters Challenge

July 17, 2017By

The Great Waters Challenge is designed to showcase the deep connection that lies between our water and our identity as Canadians—from indigenous traditional knowledge to western practices. By discovering many stories about our water’s past, we can better understand how