Vermilion River Watershed Alliance Progress Report is out!
Vermilion River Watershed Alliance Progress Report

The Vermilion River Watershed Management Project (VRWM Project) is a four-year (April 2014 to March 2018) stewardship initiative led by key local watershed stakeholders. Guided by municipal representatives, members include representatives from five rural and three urban municipalities, provincial and federal governments, conservation organizations, academia, industry, student, and a member-at-large.

Vermilion River Watershed Management Project Annual Report 2014-2015

RFP Aerial Assessment
Stream Nutrient Data for Alberta Report Released
Stream Nutrient Data for Alberta

A Compilation of Stream Nutrient Data for Alberta

This report provides a basic compilation of stream nutrient data collected in Alberta between 1977 and 2013. The purpose was to consolidate information from many diverse sources into one document and to provide a useful reference point for future studies of lake and watershed management in this province.

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Request for Quote Communications

Wanted, somebody to:

Provide communications support (events, engagement activities, materials design and content, and use of communication tools) throughout the initial nine months period, July 2015 to March 2016, to achieve effective community interest in the projects.

 

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Wabamun Lake Riparian Assessment released

Riparian Health Assessment of Wabamun Lake: an Aerial Assessment Using an Unmanned Air Vehicle

Riparian Health Assessment of Wabamun Lake
Assessing the health of the Riparian Management Area of Wabamun Lake using new aerial videography methods: video footage captured by an unmanned air vehicle (UAV- commonly known as a drone), high-definition footage and ortho-rectified photographs on an ArcGIS platform. 
 
Aerial riparian assessments provide coarse-scale results, generating information that indicate broad trends in riparian health. 
 
May/June Newsletter
REGISTER for AGM

To register for the NSWA AGM June 17, 2015 go to EVENTBRITE

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