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May 2014
 
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Meet 
Russell Krasnuik, 
SEAWA Director 
We welcome Russell Krasnuik who brings years of outdoor education training experience working in diverse communities, and post-secondary learning environments.  His portfolio consists of expeditions, field activities & placement, and applied research project development.Russell holds a practitioner's approach with an experienced understanding of sustainable natural resource recreation planning. SEAWA is glad to have you 'a-Board!'
Everyone is Wondering...
Because of the 2013 flooding event we are all on alert for news of potential contributing flood factors. Check out the Alberta Environment website which offers you information, maps and data summaries to help
stay informed.
Circle of Blue
Founded in 2000 by leading journalists and scientists, Circle of Blue provides relevant, reliable, and actionable on-the-ground information about the world's resource crises. 
Visit the website
and gain a world perspective on water. 
 

 



About This Initiative
This government service is divided into the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development and is responsible for the management of programs designed to facilitate the support of all components of the agriculture and food industry, to sustain the natural resource base of the industry and to encourage the development of rural communities.

Growing Forward 2 Agriculture Programs Launched in Alberta - click here!
 

Experts are advising farmers to monitor for liver fluke and consider treating cattle 8-10 weeks after turnout, because of the higher risk of infection this spring due to the wet winter. Click to read more...

 

On this site, you will find two layers of well reports: The Water Well Drilling layer displays all water well drilling and related reports and the Baseline Water Well Test layer displays all the baseline water well test program results. From the website, clicking on the icon for individual wells will open a popup with information on the well and a link to the well's report.

The Southeast corner of Alberta is a geographical wonder!

The Canadian Badlands of Alberta is a unique travel and tourism destination in Canada's "Wild West." With scenic drives from several urban centres, the Canadian Badlands has unique coulee landscapes and hoodoo rock formations. The region in Alberta is famous for rich deposits of fossils, including dinosaur bones, unearthed at the UNESCO World Heritage Site Dinosaur Provincial Park and showcased at the world-class Royal Tyrrell Museum. Whether you come to the Canadian Badlands for a day or road trip for a week, it inspires song, spirituality and honest wide-eyed wonder. Plan your ultimate road trip today! 
Flood shack 2013
 
Visit the SEAWA website!
 
We will be revamping the website for several reasons: to make it more user friendly and relevant, and to support our upcoming potential projects.
 
 
The 2014/15 SEAWA Board of Directors have invited Maggie Romuld to continue as Executive Director until the fall. We are pleased she has agreed to linger with us!
Besides taking care of us at SEAWA, one of the many other things Maggie does is a blog, called The World Outside Your Window. Check it out!  
 
 Mark your calendar! 
Steering Committee for the integrated Watershed Management Plan (IWMP)
May 1st, June 5th 

Board of Director Meetings

May 15 and June 12

 

In the works....

Prairie Appreciation Day coming in June!

SEAWA Field Trip July 9th 

Summer Program Events: Communities in Bloom, Spectrum, Canada Day and Stampede

 

Join the conversation
Please feel free to contact us with any comments or questions you have about SEAWA, about land and water issues in the region, or about your personal connection to the watershed.
 
Get in touch
Shanna Mohns
Communication Coordinator, SEAWA
shanna@seawa.ca