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.
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Features from the OWC Blog
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Calling all grade 7-12 teachers! Join the OWC and Caring for Our Watersheds for a curriculum-connected, program that will educate and inspire! It's easy to get started: contact the OWC for an in-class presentation; begin a student-led, inquiry-based local action project; and enter your project to win money for your school!
This year, OWC became a first-time sponsor of the 16th annual Grazing School for Women organized by a variety of local Municipal Districts and Counties, research groups, and stewardship groups such as Cows and Fish. While grazing schools have played a major role in improving the understanding and management of sustainable grazing and range health for over 20 years, the new women-only schools do more, offering a unique networking and collaborative learning environment specifically design for ranching women.