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OWC Rallies for Oldman Watershed Through GivingTuesday!

OWC Rallies for Oldman Watershed Through GivingTuesday!

Oldman Watershed Council launches GivingTuesday movement in support of Oldman watershed restoration efforts. GivingTuesday is “the opening day of the giving season”. Giving is a lifelong commitment, and a giving day is a special celebration, a reminder to all of us to think of others and our communities as well as ourselves. GivingTuesday is more than a moment, it’s a movement.

#SAWC17 MEDIA RELEASE

#SAWC17 MEDIA RELEASE

Here is the media release for the Southern Alberta Water Charter Closing Ceremony on Friday November 17th. It is a FREE event and all are welcome, but please register so we can plan for your participation (and lunch!). Is your area getting an award?

Welcome Yvonne Barker to OWC staff!

Welcome Yvonne Barker to OWC staff!

It's been an exciting week at OWC - and the addition of our new staff member is a huge part of it! Let us introduce the fabulous Yvonne Barker - we are thrilled to have her on board! Read more about Yvonne here ... or just come on by the office and say hello! 

Voices of the Oldman: Agriculture Matters

Voices of the Oldman: Agriculture Matters

Please join us in Taber January 31, Twin Butte February 10 or Stavely March 1!

The Oldman Watershed Council is excited to introduce a new brand of events called Voices of the Oldman.  These events are an important opportunity to have your voice heard both locally and provincially. What we hear at these events will shape our projects and also the advice we give to the Government of Alberta. 

How I Got "Smarter"... in 2 Days!

How I Got "Smarter"... in 2 Days!

You can get "smarter" too with the 5 things that Taren learned at the Farming Smarter Conference and Tradeshow 2016. The connection between urban and rural was a big theme, so whether you live in town or in the country, take a few moments and check out this blog on everything from crop research, to 4-H to facts about flax, and no-till practices - and why it matters for the food you eat and the health of the watershed.