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WUQWATR Inc. is one of 11 provincially recognized not for profit, non-government watersheds that emerged due to water quality and water quantity issues. A source water protection plan was implemented and carried out to ensure continuous education, monitoring and research efforts are in perpetuity. 

WUQWATR works with stakeholders, University research partners, Federal and Provincial government and elected officials. The not for profit organization is comprised of 12 volunteer Board of Directors and staff that oversee current issues and opportunities are effectively addressed and managed in the 23,442 square kilometre watershed. 

 

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Recent News

Saturday, Jun. 23, 2018 at 9:00 am
On Saturday June 23, 2018   , summer student Hanna Hovland prepared and presented a very informative presentation on AIS (Aquatic Invasive Species) to the We-Too Beach Rate Payers Annual meeting. She emphasized the importance of prevention...
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Monday, Apr. 2, 2018 at 9:13 am
On January 18-19, 2018, WUQWATR held a strategic planning session.   You can access the final plan here.
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Around the Home and Yard

There are many things we can all do around the home and yard to protect and preserve our water resources. 

Follow the link for more information on how to conserve our resources and save money.

Agriculture

 

95% of our watershed area is cropland or range land. Our Agricultural Producers are key in protecting the water that we use every day.
Find out more about Beneficial Management Practices and programs in livestock and crop production here.

Groundwater

 

43% of Saskatchewan residents rely on our groundwater resources for their water supply, including most farm and acreage residents and most Towns and Villages.

Learn more about our groundwater resources and how to protect them here.