watershed

Meet Jordan Row - ‘Caring For Our Watersheds’ Volunteer

Meet Jordan Row - ‘Caring For Our Watersheds’ Volunteer

Meet Jordan, OWC’s shiny new volunteer, who will tell you all about how you can get a FREE curriculum-based watershed presentation for grades 7-12 as well as a chance to get $$ for your school - but hurry; this is a limited-time offer that ends soon!

Fun at the GALT This Summer!

Fun at the GALT This Summer!

Kids are the future managers of the watershed and OWC was proud to host 2 kids events this summer, in partnership with the Galt Museum & Archives and sponsored by ATCO. Together we inspired over 200 kids and parents to #loveyourwatershed!

OWC Goes to the Museum

OWC Goes to the Museum

Looking for family-friendly programs this summer? Catch OWC at Galt Museum not once, not twice, but three times for some fun and educational activities - all about the watershed we call home! 

The real price of runoff

The real price of runoff

Humans are ingenious. We can filter almost anything. Even human waste can become safe, clean water when we’re forced to be innovative, like at the International Space Station where urine and grey water becomes a critical source for drinking water. The problem is what price tag are we willing - and able - to pay?

Livingstone Landowners Guild Showcases Local Non-profits

Livingstone Landowners Guild Showcases Local Non-profits

Recently, the Livingstone Landowners Guild hosted a “Who’s Who and What they Do” event to introduce local landowners to the many non-profit organizations operating in their area.

At the event, much of the open discussion focused on headwaters management and what impact the Government of Alberta Livingstone and Porcupine Hills Land Footprint Management Plan and Recreation Management Plans that are currently underway will have.