Past News and Events

  • Event Date: Saturday, May 13, 2017
    Location: Reynolds-Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin AB

    Every year, students in grades 7-12 from across Alberta are asked to write a 1000 word proposal on what they would do to help improve their watershed. In 2017, we recevied 143 proposals from 251 students representing 17 schools.  Of those proposals the judges choose 11 groups whos ideas were most clearly defined and if implemented, would have the greatest beneficial impacts on their watershed. Those 11 groups are now invited to participate in the final competition. 

    The Final Competition will be held on:
    Saturday May 13th, 2017
    Reynolds-Alberta Museum
    Wetaskiwin, AB
    2:00pm-7:00pm 

    Students will be sharing their ideas to improve their watershed in a 5 minute verbal presentation.  Familiy and community members are welcomed.

    2017 CFW Finalists

     Are you one of the finalists? RSVP with our registration form here!
    Also, please remember to bring this signed waiver

    Student or Parent and need more details? Please see the final competition invitation here

    Watch this video to see clips of the 2013 CFW Finals!

     

    Learn more about the CFW contest at: www.battleriverwatershed.ca/cfw 

  • Event Date: Saturday, May 13, 2017
    Location: Alberta-Reynolds Museum, Wetaskiwin

    Open to the public, watch the 10 finalists in this year’s competition present their ideas on what they can do to help improve their watershed.

  • Event Date: Wednesday, March 15, 2017
    Location: Webinar

    Beavers in our Landscape Webinar

    Wednesday, March 15, 1:00-2:30 PM

    You are invited to join Cows and Fish staff for this webinar from the comfort of your home or office to learn more about a Canadian icon, the beaver! Topics covered will include a short history of beavers in our landscape and beaver biology/ecology, the benefits of beaver, their role in watershed function and health and the use of beavers as a restoration tool. Case studies from across North America will provide some real-life and current examples of beaver management and the use of beavers as a restoration tool.

    Link to register:  https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/846694702833303554

    Check out the event poster for more details - CLICK HERE!

  • Event Date: Tuesday, March 14, 2017
    Location: Millet, AB

    http://aep.alberta.ca/water/education-guidelines/working-well/default.aspx

    Contact Heather Dickau for workshop details or to register: call 780-352-3321 or email: hdickau@county.wetaskiwin.ab.ca

  • Event Date: Saturday, March 11, 2017
    Location: Camrose Stoney Creek Centre

    Make your Map is a two-part community workshop (March 11 & April 1, 2-5pm) to artisitcally map the special places in the Battle River Bioregion. 

    Where are the special places in our watershed? What do you value about them?

    This workshop will lead you through thinking about what this place has to offer, and what are the special places which we most treasure. 
    You can create any shape and size of map to express the places you value.

    In the second workshop (Saturday April 1st), we will share maps, create a common legend of values and create a community, collaborative map.

  • Event Date: Wednesday, March 1, 2017
    Location: Camrose County

    6:30-9:00pm. 
    Camrose County Council Chambers. Learn about maintaining your septic system. Register with Camrose County 780-678-3070.

  • Event Date: Saturday, February 18, 2017
    Location: Across Alberta

    No permit required "Catch a Memory” - more details are provided at MyWildAlberta.ca

  • Event Date: Thursday, October 27, 2016
    Location: Homeglen Community Hall

    Come hear about the importance of proper winter feeding site selection, including impacts to surface and groundwater quality, as well as soil health and quality. An update on the Growing Forward 2 program will also be provided.

    Guest speakers include Sharon Reedyk (Agriculture and Agrifood Canada), Chris Ullmann and Mike Hittinger (Alberta Agriculture and Forestry).

    Check out the poster here for all the details.

    Please register by contacting the Grey Wooded Forage Association at 403-844-2645 or gwfa5@telus.net.

  • Event Date: Saturday, August 20, 2016
    Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park

    Join us to celebrate our favorite watershed! 

    The annual Battle River Watershed Festival is always a fun day full of activities, crafts, and food (including Saskatoon pie!).  Come for a short visit or stay the day, there is lots to do and see.

    Details:
    Battle River Watershed Festival
    Saturday August 20th, 2016
    Miqeulon Lake Provincial Park 
    10am-3pm 

    This year we have a pollinator theme so you will have a chance to see and learn about these important little insects, and even build them a condo! 

     

     

  • Event Date: Saturday, July 23, 2016
    Location: Camrose Farmers Market, Duggan Mall in Camrose

    For more details visit battleriverwatershed.ca/pie-contest

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