Lethbridge is set to grow in population - so is the rest of Southern Alberta. Can we be smart about it? Guest blogger Ryan Carriere, Parks Planning Manager of the City of Lethbridge - Infrastructure Services ponders the question, and the OWC offers some insight as well. Alberta is projected to add close to 1.8 million residents over the next 25 years, reaching 6 million by 2041. Now, more than ever before, we must bring watershed vocabulary into our thoughts and actions.
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.
You've all heard about the recent appeal of ugly produce ... well an even closer look reveals that we are throwing away $31 BILLION dollars worth of food ... completely needlessly. Southern Alberta uses plenty of water to grow food for the world and yet we are throwing it away! April 22 is Earth Day. Let's learn how to save food, water and money - not a bad combination. EVENTS at 11:00 and 3:00 ...