Updates of 11 AB WPACs
Childrens Watershed Activity Page!
Print this blank sheet and design the waterdrop to show what you like to do in the watershed. Then send it to our office
The Mighty Peace Watershed Alliance (MPWA) is the official Watershed Planning and Advisory Council for the Peace/Slave River Basin. It is a multi-sector, not-for-profit society committed to planning for an ecologically healthy watershed while ensuring environmental, economic and social sustainability. The Alliance includes stakeholders and representatives of communities that use consensus, adaptive management, and innovation to understand and promote living within the watershed.
Thanks to all who attended the video release party and celebration of the great work done by Graham Powell, Agroforestry Woodlot Extension Society, Alberta Conservation Association, County of Grande Prairie, Cows and Fish, Craig Sponholtz and Andrew Jones. It is a great story of people coming together to improve watershed resiliency. Thanks to the Government of Alberta for providing funding through the Watershed Resiliency and Restoration Program. More info on our project page.
Here is a teaser of the full video.
Join us for a free viewing of this video.
Thank you to everyone who joined us at our AGM. For all AGM information click here
As we were out preparing for the revegetation work to occur this summer we come across spawning suckers. Longnose Suckers (Castotomus castotomus). A great thing to see at a stream restoration project. Check out the project page for more
Our Integrated Watershed Management Plan is done! Please take a look at it and see how we can work together to better manage the watershed. Renewals will occur on a regular basis but for now the focus is on implementing the recommendations of the plan. Check out the plan here.
The State of the Watershed is a snapshot of the conditions in the Peace and Slave River Watersheds in Alberta. The Alliance is using the report as a baseline as we assess the effectiveness of actions taken and track changes in the watershed.
We hope that you will find the tool educational and useful. Please contact us with any questions or comments.