Telephone: 1.306.343.9549

The SSRWSI is a

grassroots, community driven, non-profit organization working within the watershed to implement programs and initiatives that will protect the water resource.

SSRWSI 2019 Poster Contest Winners

Congratulations to our three poster contest winners! 1st place went to Mackenzie O’Neill, 2nd place went to Ayesha Anjum, 3rd place went to Camryn Snow  

 

South Sask River Watershed Stewards Board Member Receives Recognition

Posted on: 26th April 2019 |,Written by | Southsaskriver Stewards , Under | SSRWSI News

Congratulations to Ben Buhler (center) who was recognized for his years of service to the Saskatchewan Association of Watersheds at the recent AGM in Moosomin. Ben also received a 2018 Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal at a ceremony in Regina. Ben has …

 

2019 South Saskatchewan River Watershed Poster Contest

2019 Theme: Wetlands and Wildlife Possible Topics Include: What wildlife can be found in our watershed? What role do wetlands play in the lives of wildlife? What agricultural practices benefit wildlife and wetlands? Why are wetlands important for wildlife and …

 

Canada’s Agriculture Day 2019 Chili Cook-Off

Posted on: 5th February 2019 |,Written by | Southsaskriver Stewards , Under | Uncategorized

  No Images? Click here Chili Cook Off The Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture, Kindersley Regional Office, in cooperation with Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation is hosting a Chili Cook Off for Canada’s Agriculture Day on Tuesday February 12th 2019. Date: February …

 

Farm Stewardship Program Wildlife Friendly Fencing

The Farm Stewardship Program provides Saskatchewan producers funding to implement Beneficial Management Practices (BMPs). There are two pasture management BMPs that include fencing for producers: Riparian Grazing Management – fencing to protect water quality and adjacent riparian areas Native Range …

 

Invasive Plant Biocontrol & Targeted BMP

Posted on: 18th September 2018 |,Written by | Southsaskriver Stewards , Under | Uncategorized

Invasive plant species are harmful to both our environments and our agricultural operations. Uncontrolled populations take over pastures and natural areas and choke out desirable vegetation. If left uncontrolled, they have direct negative impacts on biodiversity, wildlife habitat, and ecological …

 

South Sask River Watershed Agri-Environmental Update

Posted on: 20th August 2018 |,Written by | Southsaskriver Stewards , Under | Other News, SSRWSI News

The last few months have been busy for the Agri-Environmental technicians. Besides doing Farm Stewardship and Farm and Ranch Water applications, presentations have been made at RM and ratepayer meetings. The summer is also a time for field days! The …

 

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