Watershed Management Plans (NSWA)
Items in this Collection
- 7North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance (NSWA)
- 1AMEC Earth & Environmental
- 1Abells‐Henry Public Affairs
- 1Alberta Environment and Parks
- 1Baptiste and Island Lakes Stewardship Society
- 1Chenard, Carolyn
- 4Water quality
- 4Watershed management--Planning
- 2Aquatic ecology
- 2Canada--North Saskatchewan River Watershed
- 2Water resources development--Management
Baptiste and Island Lakes, two moderate-sized lakes 16km west of Athabasca, Alberta, are prized for fishing and boating. This Watershed Management plan complements a five-year WMP Action Plan already in place for these lakes. (As cited on https://www.nswa.ab.ca/)
This Integrated Watershed Management Plan (IWMP) is a collection of recommendations and an approach for managing the North Saskatchewan River (NSR) Watershed, sustaining water resources for the long-term and meeting the three strategic goals of Water for Life: Alberta’s Strategy for...
The Purpose of this Plan: This Integrated Watershed Management Plan (IWMP) lays out recommendations and an approach to manage the North Saskatchewan River (NSR) Watershed, sustain water resources for the long-term and meet the three strategic goals of Water for Life: Alberta’s Strategy for...
This plan serves as advice to Parkland County, the Government of Alberta, the Mayatan Lake Management Association and all watershed stakeholders to guide future decision-making in their respective areas of responsibility and interest. It identifies specific actions that should be implemented,...
Report includes 4 files: A Workbook To Share Your Views on Developing an Integrated Watershed Management Plan (IWMP) for the North Saskatchewan River Watershed (2011); Workbook Results: Integrated Watershed Management Plan for the North Saskatchewan River (2012)--Discussion Paper for the...
The Sturgeon River, approximately 260 kilometres long, arises from a number of small tributaries and lakes southwest of Lake Isle in the Sturgeon River subwatershed. The river then runs northeast, flowing through Lake Isle, Lac Ste. Anne, Matchayaw (Devil’s) Lake, Big Lake, St. Albert and...
On Wednesday June 3, 2015, the North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance (NSWA), Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP) and Hutchinson Environmental Sciences Ltd. (HESL) hosted the “North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance Lake Planning and Management Professional Development Day” in Spruce Grove, Alberta....
Purpose of this Plan: This Vermilion River Watershed Management Plan recommends actions that need to be taken to meet the goals of Water for Life: Alberta’s Strategy for Sustainability (2003): safe, secure drinking water; healthy aquatic ecosystems; and reliable quality water supplies for a...
While lake management is complex and can be looked at through a number of different lenses, this plan focusses on four overarching goals: good water quality; healthy aquatic ecosystems and biodiversity; wise land use; engaged stewardship. (As cited in the executive summary.)