Working together for the long term.
The Oldman Watershed Council (OWC) is a community-based, not-for-profit that works with
everyone to find practical solutions to environmental challenges that impact us all. It takes time
and effort to work collaboratively but OWC is building a new way of managing our water and land where
we all do our part, work together and think long term. We believe it's worth the investment.
One of exciting current endeavors: We're making a film! Watch the trailer >>
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Features from the OWC Blog
Please click the BLOG tab - top of the Home Page - to access all articles, current and archived. The blog is searchable by topic and date!
If you're an urbanite, you probably don't care about BMPs or know what they are. But I bet you've been to restaurants downtown and have eaten some pretty special veg!!! So whether you're a farmer, a rancher, or a city resident who just wants to understand where your food (Read: water) comes from .... read on! This article details lots of great resources in regards to sustainability in agriculture.
The Oldman Watershed Council hopes to unite municipalities and organizations to protect the local water supply.
On Monday, Lethbridge City Council agreed to add their name to a Southern Alberta Water Charter proposed by the OWC. Signing the charter pledges action and commitment to the betterment of the health of the Oldman watershed.