Welcome to WUQWATR

Founded in 2008, Wascana & Upper Qu’Appelle Watersheds Association Taking Responsibility is a non-profit organization with a focus on promoting watershed stewardship through communications and programming initiatives. Our boundaries extend from Regina to Humboldt and from Central Butte to Tyvan.

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Our Programs

ALUS Conservation Program

Join the ALUS Conservation Program with WUQWATR and play an active role in shaping a greener, more sustainable future for our community.

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Annual Poster Contest

Unleash your creativity and showcase your passion for the environment by participating in WUQWATR’s Annual Poster Contest – your art could inspire change. The June 1 deadline is approaching quickly!

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Watershed Wonders Kits

Embark on an exciting educational journey with WUQWATR’s Watershed Wonders Kits, designed to bring the wonders of our watersheds to life for students aged 6 to 13.

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Latest News

2024 Poster Contest

2024 Poster Contest! Did you know, the deadline to enter WUQWATR's annual poster contest is June 1? To learn how to enter, obtain a nifty guideline on what to include in the poster and review winners entries in the Grades 3/4 and Grades…

2024 Annual General Meeting! – Save the Date

The WUQWATR AGM is approaching fast, be sure to save the date to your calendar. When? Friday, April 19 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m Where? Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 10 325 Third Street Craik, Saskatchewan

How We Help

At WUQWATR, we’re committed to making a real difference in our communities by focusing on the health of our watersheds.

Since we started in 2008, our goal has been simple yet essential: to protect and enhance the surface and ground waters across an area spanning over 23,443 km² in Saskatchewan. From Regina to Humboldt and Central Butte to Tyvan, we’re actively involved with over 109 communities. Our approach combines practical programming, collaborative partnerships, and engaging communication to tackle issues like source water protection, climate change, and agricultural water management.

We believe in working together — with local landowners, municipalities, government, and industry — to create sustainable solutions for our watersheds. Our journey is driven by our community-developed strategic plan, reflecting the voices and needs of those we serve. Join us as we strive to create a positive impact on our environment and ensure a water-secure future for everyone.