There are many ways to get involved in watershed initiatives in your local area or region. Whether you have an issue to discuss, a project in mind, or simply want to roll up your sleeves and get to work, here are some ideas to get you started.
to get involved
Everyone has a role to play in watershed management. For those looking for specific ways to get involved, we’ve compiled a list of ideas below.
- Discover: Learn more about the Red Deer River watershed and watershed management resources
- Take Action: Read Blueprint, our Integrated Watershed Management Plan, and consider ways you or your organization can support implementation.
- Lessen your impact – either at home, in the yard, on the farm, or when recreating.
- Volunteer your time: Check out our Community Calendar to find opportunities or contact us to discuss options that are a fit for you or your organization.
- Connect with your local stewardship group: Consider joining a local watershed stewardship group.
- Share your watershed photos: We are proud to feature local photographers and videographers in our work. Please contact us if you would like to contribute your skills in this way.
- Volunteer your technical and professional skills: We often seek support on watershed policy, planning, or technical files from various professionals (e..g., hydrologists, GIS technicians, policy analysts). If this interests you, please contact us.
Contact us to learn more about specific RDRWA programs (e.g., presentations, environmental education).