MULTISAR is a process which combines the science of Range Management, and Wildlife Biology with the on the ground local landowners knowledge of the landscape to conserve native habitats for wildlife species.
Alberta Water Council (AWC)
The Alberta Water Council brings together expertise and experience of its members, under a consensus based partnership, for the purpose of overseeing implementation of Alberta's Water for Life strategy and supporting the achievement of its outcomes, namely:
safe, secure drinking water supply,
healthy aquatic ecosystems,
reliable, quality water supplies for a sustainable economy.
Battle River Watershed Planning and Advisory Council
The Battle River Watershed Alliance is an inclusive, collaborative and consensus-based community partnership that is working to guide, support and deliver actions to sustain or improve the health of the Battle River watershed. The Battle River Watershed Alliance seeks to achieve this through knowledgeable community participation and an adaptive approach.
Red Deer River Watershed Alliance (RDRWA)
The Red Deer River Watershed Alliance was born to be the catalyst for dialogue on the stewardship and management of this precious resource and everyday essential: our water. Everyone who lives, works and plays in the Red Deer River watershed has a voice and needs to be involved.
Bow River Basin Council (BRBC)
The Bow River Basin Council is a multistakeholder, charitable organization dedicated to conducting activities for the improvement and protection of the waters of the Bow River Basin.
Oldman Watershed Council (OWC)
The Oldman Watershed Council is a not-for-profit organization that is working in partnership with communities and residents to improve the Oldman River Watershed. The Council consists of members who live or work within the Oldman Basin. These members provide leadership and guidance in watershed planning and management, water quality monitoring, and stewardship promotion.
North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance (NSWA)
The North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance (NSWA) is a non-profit society whose purpose is to protect and improve water quality and ecosystem functioning in the North Saskatchewan River Watershed in Alberta. The organization is guided by individual members and member organizations from within the watershed.
Alberta Lake Management Society (ALMS)
ALMS and its members are active in providing a link to individuals, local communities, educational institutions, governments and industry across Alberta who are interested in lake and watershed management.
Alberta Stewardship Network
ASN is a network of stewardship groups working to ensure our natural resources are sustainably managed for our own quality of life, and for future generations.
Alberta Irrigation Projects Association (AIPA)
Representing Alberta's Irrigation Districts, the Alberta Irrigation Projects Association participates in education and outreach, policy development and research activities. Alberta Irrigation provides up-to-date information about the status and benefits of irrigation and its associated water management infrastructure.
Milk River International Alliance (Montana)
The Milk River International Alliance is led by local citizens who are working together to understand the Milk River watershed and to become a positive voice for the effective management and enhancement of the resources we all depend on. The term "International" highlights the importance of the basin to citizens on both sides of the international boundary. The Alliance is open to all U.S., Canadian, and Native American basin residents who wish to participate.
Sage Creek Watershed Alliance (Montana)
The Sage Creek Watershed Alliance (SCWA) was formed as a result of residents' increasing alarm over the quality of the water in Sage Creek. Sage Creek and its tributaries (Little Sage Creek, O'Brien Coulee and Four Mile Creek) flow into Big Sandy Creek, which in turn empties into the Milk River just above the water treatment plant for the City of Havre, Montana.
International Joint Commission (IJC)
The International Joint Commission is an independent binational organization established by the Boundary Waters Treaty of 1909. Its purpose is to help prevent and resolve disputes relating to the use and quality of boundary waters and to advise Canada and the United States on related questions.
Alberta Environment Water Page
This page provides information about water legislation, water warnings, Water for Life, and other basics related to water use in Alberta.
Cows and Fish
The Cows and Fish members and supporters are working together with farm and ranch families to foster a better understanding of how improvements in grazing management on riparian areas can enhance landscape health and productivity, for the benefit of producers and others who use and value riparian areas.
Prairie Conservation Forum
The Prairie Conservation Forum is a large voluntary coalition of stakeholder groups whose members are interested in the conservation of native prairie and parkland environments in Alberta, Canada. The Forum, which has been in existence for over 16 years, is currently involved in the implementation of the Alberta Prairie Conservation Action Plan.
County of Warner
The County of Warner is dedicated to providing municipal services through a democratic and fair process that recognizes the diversity of the ratepayers, residents, land and economic resources.
Cardston County is located in the southwest corner of Alberta. The County embodies the western lifestyle with its open ranges, wandering cattle, farm land with swaying wheat fields, and its rugged timberland on the edge of the Rocky Mountains.
County of Forty Mile
The County of Forty Mile No. 8 is primarily agriculture based, with oil and gas activities scattered throughout the area. The County has a diversified agricultural economy based on ranching, dryland farming, irrigated specialty crops, and intensive livestock operations.
Town of Milk River
Village of Coutts