Serving the People,
Flora, and Fauna of the Old Wives Lake Watershed.
Old Wives Watershed Association (OWWA) is a not-for-profit organization working to help to ensure sufficient water quality and adequate water supplies that meet the current and future community, economic, and ecosystem needs in the Old Wives Lake Watershed.
Our focus is on promoting watershed stewardship through programming, communications, and initiatives to help protect our surface and ground waters. We aim to ensure sustainable, healthy watersheds, and work with our members, agricultural producers, government, industry, researchers, and more to accomplish this.
"Old Wives Lake"- Photo courtesy of Karla Rasmussen
We acknowledge we are on Treaty 4 Territory and the Homeland of the Blackfoot/Niitsitapi. We pay our respect to the ancestors of this place and reaffirm our relationship with one another.
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Our partners include the Water Security Agency, Ministry of Agriculture, the Saskatchewan Association of Watersheds (SAW), and various other Saskatchewan watershed stewardship groups.
Together we promote source water protection, agricultural water management, flood and drought preparedness, and climate change initiatives. The Canadian Agricultural Partnership (CAP) is offered to producers in our watershed and involves financial assistance and environmental benefits.
You can check out more about us and our watershed with some of these great videos.
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