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March 1, 2020

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The growing challenges of ensuring safe, reliable drinking water in Alberta have increased the need for a more integrated, collaborative approach to minimize water treatment costs, reduce public ...


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August 1, 2016

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This progress report Includes accountability statement, vision, mission, goals, program highlights, project grant partners, priority watersheds, funding allocation,partner achievements, and ...


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January 1, 2015

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A guide for Water for Life partners outlining the best practices for watershed management planning in Alberta. This guide outlines a process for a consistent approach and provides useful tools and ...


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January 1, 2015

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The purpose of this manual is to provide the latest research information on improving both the quantity and quality of dugout water. It identifies and explains general dugout planning, design, ...


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May 1, 2012

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Due to natural soil characteristics and proximity to major urban centres, the Pigeon Lake watershed has undergone significant urban and rural development in the past decades. In recent years, ...


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November 1, 2008

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An overview of the process elements for compiling and evaluating existing and available information for the purpose of completing a broad-scale screening of the physical features, resources and ...


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November 1, 2008

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An easy-to-follow glossary of common terms directly associated with water and watershed management in Alberta. The glossary serves as a tool and reference for Water for Life partnerships and ...


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May 27, 2004

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Collaboration with stakeholders and the general public will be key during the process. Given that there is not yet an established watershed group representing the entire Battle River watershed, ...