Water Monitoring Bigstone, Maskwa and Pipestone Creek water quality monitoring program (developed with the support of Alberta Environment and Parks).
Working Well Program
Working well continues to evolve and the resources available to Alberta residents are outstanding. Please view these additional websites for more water related information:
Think of a watershed as a funnel, collecting all the water within a specific area and draining into the nearest body of water. We all live in a watershed.
The County of Wetaskiwin is located in the North Saskatchewan River Basin. The Battle River is a sub-basin of the North Saskatchewan River Basin.
The Battle River Watershed Alliance represents the Battle River sub-basin and most of the County of Wetaskiwin is within this watershed. Pigeon Lake is also part of this watershed.
North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance is the WPAC for the remaining area of the County which does not fall within the Battle River sub-basin. Buck Lake and Wizard Lake are included here as well.
For more information regarding watersheds please refer to these websites:
- Alberta Lake Management Society (ALMS)
- Alberta Stewardship Network (ASN)
- Alberta Environment and Parks - Water for Life
- Battle Lake Watershed Synergy Group
- Battle River Watershed Alliance (BRWA)
- Pigeon Lake Watershed Association (PLWA)
- Wizard Lake Watershed & Lake Stewardship Association (WLWLSA)
- North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance (NSWA)