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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Most of people raised in a western culture have heard of being blinded by love. Others may have actually experienced it themselves. However, not many are familiar with another, very common, form perceptual impairment called plant blindness.
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!