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The Sturgeon River Watershed Alliance (SRWA) is a municipally-supported watershed stewardship group established for the Sturgeon River subwatershed. It partners with the North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance (NSWA).

The SRWA is guided by a Steering Committee made up of elected municipal officials from the Sturgeon subwatershed, and a Technical Advisory Committee made up of municipal staff and invited experts. The SRWA works on projects identified in the Sturgeon River State of the Watershed Report (City of St Albert, 2012) with the goal of developing an over-all watershed management plan for the river. This plan will be guided by the overarching goals identified in the Integrated Watershed Management Plan for the North Saskatchewan River in Alberta (NSWA 2012).



SRWA Steering Committee Terms of Reference May 23 2014 FINAL
SRWA Technical Advisory Committee Terms of Reference April 16 2015 FINAL


Sturgeon river state of the watershed report

Sturgeon River State of the Watershed Report (2012)


SRWA Reports

Natural Areas Mapping for the Sturgeon River Watershed (2019)
Summary of Groundwater Conditions in the Sturgeon River Basin A Oiffer (2018)
Sturgeon Watershed Riparian Assessment_Report Fiera (2018)
Assessment of Existing Water Supply & Demand Data for the Sturgeon River Basin (2016)

LAKE Reports

Isle Lake & Lac Ste Anne State of the Watershed Report (2017)
Isle Lake & Lac Ste Anne Water Balance Assessment (2016)


Information Bulletin Gravel Operations in the Sturgeon River Watershed (2018)
Influence of Climate, Landscape Change and Licenced Water Removal on Flows in the Sturgeon River Basin (2017)
Lake Level Trends in the Sturgeon River Basin Bulletin (2017)

SRWA Presentations

Municipal Watershed Partnerships: Overview of the SRWA  
AnnLisa Jensen 2018

Stormwater Management: Best Management Practices & Innovative Initiatives
Leah Kongsrude 2018
State of the Watershed Overview & Intermunicipal Partnership 
Melissa Logan, 2017
Lake Level Trends in Central Alberta 
Cristina Buendis, 2017