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Our Watershed. Our Responsibility.

July 2020 | Volume 6 | Issue 3
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Plastic-Free July 

Plastic-Free July is a global movement educating millions of people on becoming part of the solution to plastic pollution. Their Plastic-Free challenge aims to eliminate single-use plastic waste throughout the entire month of July, by providing consumers with resources and ideas on limiting plastic waste.

To learn more about the Plastic-Free July initiative, or to participate in the Plastic-Free Challenge, click on the link below. 
Plastic-free July

Flooding Awareness in Athabasca
River Basin

Photo: Athabasca River Front

This month has been met with a heavy increase in rain, leading many areas in Alberta prone to potential flooding. We advise that you take extra precaution when travelling near lakes and rivers with high water levels, or with heavy rainfall.

To view flood advisories in your area, visit rivers.alberta.ca. We hope that you all remain cautious and safe this summer!
Alberta River basin Map

AEP Go Fish! Initiative


Alberta Environment and Parks has launched their Go Fish! initiative which is now up on their website. This initiative aims to educate young children and adolescents who are new or inexperienced with fishing. Multiple fishing resources for kids such as fishing courses and seminars, have been posted on their site.

You can visit the Go Fish! initiative by clicking here, or on the link below. 
AEP Go Fish!

Battle River Watershed Alliance Summer Events 


Our neighbors at the Battle River Watershed Alliance (BRWA) are holding numerous education & outreach events throughout the summer! From July till August, the BRWA are hosting many kid-friendly events and youth programs.

To learn more about the BRWA, click on the link below. 
BRWA Events

Indigenous Resources


The Athabasca Watershed Council recognizes that our watershed is located on Treaty 6, Treaty 8, and Treaty 10 territories. Because of this, we want to provide resources that benefit indigenous communities and those alike. 

The Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources is a non-profit charitable organization working in partnership with Indigenous nations to support Indigenous communities and protect lands and waters. 

Indigenous Waters is an organization working for Indigenous water governance. They advocate for the inherent human right to water and the protection of Indigenous Peoples’ rights, stewardship, and responsibilities for water. 
Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources
Indigenious Waters
Be sure to check out our website for more information on the Athabasca River basin!
Athabasca Watershed Council Site
AWC 2021 Calendar Photo Contest
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We want to thank our members for their ongoing support and would like to recognize Lac La Biche County this month! Thank you Lac La Biche County for always supporting the AWC.
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Athabasca Watershed Council
PO Box 1058
Athabasca, AB T9S 2A8
Canada


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