Birdseye View: Lands conserved with the ALUS Program

East of Last Mountain Lake remains undisturbed coulees and wetlands. These areas have provided a lot of valuable ecosystem services for wildlife, aquatic species, and even humans. These are project areas enrolled in the ALUS WUQWATR program.…
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Pollinator Webinar – July 10th!

Are you interested in learning about the relationship between forages, pollinators and how they can benefit each other? Check out this webinar on July 10 at 2 pm CST to learn more about this relationship and the funding opportunities for…

National Invasive Species Awareness Week

This week kicks off National Invasive Species Awareness Week! Did you know the impact of invasive species is estimated to cost $30 billion annually in Canada! Take Action on invasive species: 👞 Play Clean Go - clean your gear,…

Nature Conservancy Restoration Project at Buffalo Pound News Article

The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is working to restore more than 850 hectares of grasslands and seven kilometres of shoreline at Buffalo Pound north of Moose Jaw, an area roughly equal to 1,065 Canadian football fields. Check out the…

Deadline Extended!

With the Saskatchewan weather being so unpredictable, WUQWATR has decided to extend the At-Home #TrashTag Challenge to accommodate these chilly days! Have your before/after photos submitted to courtney@wuqwatr.ca by April 20,…

New One-Page Advertisement!

Check out the latest one-page advertisement for the Canadian Agricultural Partnership (CAP) Program and ALUS-Canada Program offered within your area! If you have any questions about either program, give us a call!

The WUQWATR Watch – 2020 Spring Edition

Check out the latest edition of the WUQWATR Watch Newsletter to find out what the WUQWATR Staff have been up to from January - March 2020.

At-Home #TrashTag Challenge

Looking for something for you and your family to do during this time of social distancing?! WUQWATR is challenging YOU to take part in an At-Home #TrashTag Challenge to win a Boost Fitness Tracker! How to enter:1) Take a “Before”…

COVID-19 Press Release

Please see the following statement from Paul Rybka, Chairman of Saskatchewan Association of Watersheds (SAW), regarding the current coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. WUQWATR will continue to provide services to the public via emails…

WUQWATR AGM

Join us for the annual WUQWATR AGM, taking place on April 8, 2020 at the Manitou Beach Community Centre! Speakers include: Etienne Shupena-Soulodre (Water Security Agency), and WUQWATR staff. Supper and beverages provided. For…

Resilient Land and Water Futures Forum

From extreme drought to intensified flooding, the Canadian prairies have experienced variable weather patterns for decades and this variable weather is anticipated to be exacerbated under climate change. Wascana & Upper Qu’Appelle Watersheds…

WUQWATR Local Poster Contest Winners

Congratulations to the WUQWATR Wetlands & Wildlife Local Poster Contest Winners! First place, and winner of $100 was Audrey from Emerald Ridge Elementary School in White City, SK. Audrey drew a poster that resembles a wetland…