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Our Newsletters

SEAWA Newsletters

SEAWA The SEAWA UpStream Quarterly Newsletter is now available. Read about why it is important for the public to participate in decision-making, how SEAWA has spent the past year informing the public about watershed health!

Click here, to view an archive of all our previous "UpStream Quarterly" ...and our recent April, 2014 "What's New in the Watershed" newsletter!

Streamflow Advisory

Streamflow Advisories

SEAWA Click here, for recent information on forecasts and advisories for high streamflows, flooding and ice jams in rivers and streams in Alberta. Click here, for near real time river levels of the South Saskatchewan River at Medicine Hat.

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

SAVE THE DATE... Grab your diary and your calendar, and save the following dates. Get your friends and family involved, and help get the word out, SEAWA has a number of upcoming events happening across the watershed.
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Membership

Become a SEAWA Member

SEAWA You have taken the first step in becoming involved. To join SEAWA, you can fill out our online SEAWA Membership Form, or you can also send us an email to admin@seawa.ca

Click here, to learn more about the benefits of becoming a SEAWA member...

What's New?

  • Albertans are asked to provide feedback on the Draft Land-use Plan for managing growth pressures and balancing environmental needs in southern Alberta
  • Check out our SEAWA Groundwater Maps, you will learn all about the groundwater, aquifers, and bedrock throughout our watershed.

Wandering the Watershed
How high did the flood water eventually get? High enough to cover the building on the right!

july flooding 2013

Check out the video!

SEAWA WSoW Tool

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Learn more about SEAWA's new online and interactive Web-based State of the Watershed (WSoW) tool.

It brings together current data and information on the basin’s water quality and quantity, its landscape and biological community, and land use activities. And, also be sure to check out our new 2011 State of the Watershed Summary Report.

“This is something you all should take a great deal of pride in.”
~Honourable Rob Renner (Minister of Environment, March, 2011)