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Weed Management Project Report

With recent wet summers, invasive weed species have been spreading throughout our watershed.  Species like leafy spurge damage pastures, stream banks and lakeshores. In 2014, WUQWATR coordinated the Qu’Appelle Strategic Weed Management …

Wascana Riparian Health Project

Since 2012, WUQWATR has been conducting our Wascana Riparian Health project.  We have just completed the 2012-14 Part 3 Downstrem of Regina Report on our Wascana Riparian Health Assessment. This report covers the City of Regina, including…

Climate Change

Climate change models predict we'll see summer storms of far greater severity than in the past. There are good reasons for this forecast. First, as the atmosphere warms, it will be able to hold more water vapour. So when conditions are …

WSA 2014 Spring Runoff Outlook

The spring runoff has yet to significantly begin through much of central and eastern Saskatchewan. The active runoff  areas are immediately north of an east - west line stretching from Eston to Moose Jaw through to Weyburn and Redvers,…