The Red Deer River Watershed Alliance would like to thank Amy Charles for her dedication and hard work during her time with the organization. As the Indigenous Knowledge and Outreach Coordinator, Amy was committed to building relationships with communities and ensuring that Indigenous knowledge is (was) a priority when discussing water-related issues. Amy excelled at educating others on water resources and indigenous perspectives during outreach events. Over the summer Amy was involved in multiple events including Grade 5 Wetland Programs, Quest for the Best Water Test, Aggie Days, Family Nature Night, Growing Kneehill Country Market, RDRWA Cabin Event, and Cabin Creek Restoration Workdays. Amy also attended Indigenous-focused events throughout the summer to build relationships and learn about ways to be connected. These events include the Askoewin Friendship Centre BBQ, Kainai Eco Summit, Metis Fest, and the Askiy Guardians Gathering. Amy consistently represented the Red Deer River Watershed Alliance with professionalism and passion both in the office and at various events. The Red Deer River Watershed thanks Amy and wishes her all the best in her future endeavors.