The Southern Rockies Watershed Project is in its 10th year of watershed research and monitoring and focuses on climate, hydrology and stream ecosystem health. Their research activities span 80 square kilometres and nine watersheds and represent the largest and longest running forest hydrology research projects in Alberta. One judge said “to keep this going for ten years is remarkable.”
Posts Categorized: 2014
The Discovery 5 custom Net Zero home in Altadore is creating community awareness for green building initiatives and changing Avalon’s view of “business as usual”.
Ducks Unlimited Canada operates this environmental education program which is currently celebrating its twentieth consecutive year of operation in Alberta and teaches about wetlands conservation, delivering programming for over 100,000 students.
For more than 25 years, this volunteer based community water-testing program has been engaging Albertans in the collection of scientific data from their local lake or reservoir and working to ensure that Alberta’s water resources will not be the limiting factor in the health of our environment. The LakeWatch program is a critical component of Alberta’s Water for Life Strategy.
Lacombe Composite High School’s Eco Vision Club focuses on empowering students to become ecological leaders through projects that benefit their environment, enhance their education and encourage community collaboration. All of their projects have increased awareness of environmental issues, changing school and community culture.