Source waters in the North Saskatchewan River Watershed consist of wetlands, sloughs, lakes, rivers, and groundwater aquifers. These provide for our drinking water and support agriculture, forestry, oil and gas, and other manufacturing industries. Source water is an important resource for ensuring a healthy, functioning ecosystem and maintaining cultural assets.

The North Saskatchewan River Basin Council is a non-profit organization that has been formed to support and direct the implementation of the Source Water Protection Plan for our watershed. The plan has been built over 4 years of public consultations with the assistance of the Water Security Agency. Because the watershed is so large and source water protection is a long-term project, we will need community support in order to be successful.

We are actively seeking community involvement. Water affects everyone so it is important that everyone has a chance to be involved in protecting it.

      

 

 

 

Check out our well-decommissioning video HERE.           

250,000 Litres of Oil Pollute the North Saskatchewan River.  Eyes wide open as to our dependency and vulnerability on the quality of our Source Waters.

 


North Battleford winning a National Municipal Environmental Award in 2015 for implementing the system - See more at: http://www.newsoptimist.ca/news/local-news/lystek-open-house-celebrates-north-battleford-s-award-winning-project-1.1975864#sthash.dOb6duJO.dp