New Video Profiles Changing Climate And Streamflows In The Watershed

The Red Deer River Watershed Alliance is proud to release our newest Spotlight Series video, What’s the Flowcast. This short video explores how a changing climate and increasing hydrological variability might affect the Red Deer River watershed, located in central Alberta. The Red Deer River watershed’s status as a water-constrained basin, coupled with increasing growth in various sectors and changing land-use patterns, requires a thoughtful and coordinated approach to watershed management.

The relationship between climate change and streamflows is complex. The “flowcast” for the Red Deer River basin depends on climate, land-use, infrastructure, and more. Learn more about these issues and what you can do in your community by watching the video or visiting

View our other Spotlight Series video on Gravel-bed Rivers, and be sure to stay tuned for our soon to be released Spotlight Series videos this fall!