AEGP/ALUS Publications

An important part of the agricultural programming offered through the watershed is increasing education and awareness for beneficial management practices (BMPs).  We try to do this through newsletters and articles as well as workshops and public meetings.  For a list of upcoming workshops or meetings, please visit our Events page.  For a pdf copy of the articles and newsletters we have published please follow the links below. 

 

For a list of downloadable newsletters please click here.  

For a list of  articles writtens by the AEGP and ALUS staff please click here.  The articles highlight environmental and economical advantages to implementing beneficial management practices (BMPs).

The Cities of Regina and Moose Jaw get all of their drinking water supply from Buffalo Pound Lake which is supplied from Lake Diefenbaker through the Qu'Appelle River.