Programs

Water Quality

Water quality programs offered by the Little Saskatchewan River Conservation District are for the protection of surface water features such as lakes, rivers, and wetlands.  These programs contribute to the attaining of goals in the Little Saskatchewan River and Arrow-Oak River watersheds.
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Groundwater Protection

Protecting the health of our groundwater, which is a resource that is often taken for granted, is the nature of programs offered.  Safe, drinking water through the protection of raw water sources and filling information gaps about groundwater quality and quantity were identified as priorities in the Arrow-Oak and Little Saskatchewan River integrated watershed management plans.
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Healthy Soils

Preventing the loss of soil due to erosion by water and wind or the restoration of soil health following a prolonged flood period are the goals for programs offered as part of the Healthy Soils suite of programs.  Goals within both the Little Saskatchewan River and Arrow-Oak River watersheds were developed to address concerns raised during the integrated watershed management planning process.
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Watershed Extension

Providing information to both current and future watershed stewards about sustainable watershed activities specific to priority topics identified as part of the preparation of the Arrow-Oak and Little Saskatchewan River integrated watershed management plans is the focus for programs offered.
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