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.

Contact us

99 A 2366 Avenue C North
(Norplex Business Centre)
Saskatoon, SK S7L 5X5

Telephone: 1.306.343.9549
Fax:1.306.343.9548
Email:info@southsaskriverstewards.ca

News and Articles

SSRWSI E-Newsletter

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August 2012

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June 2011

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January 2010

Fall/Winter 2008

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Agri-Environmental Technical Services (formerly AEGP) Newsletters

 

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SSRWSI In The News

Sheep Grazing Helps Save Rangelands from Invasive Species
Global TV - Saskatoon
Reporter: Amber Rockliffe - July 9, 2014

Western Canada Water Magazine - Spring 2012 Issue

Article on Page 28   When the Well Runs Dry: Managing Water in a Changing World
by Amanda Burke, SSRWSI Environmental Projects Coordinator


"What my Watershed Means to Me"

The Outlook School News - May 7, 2010

 

South Saskatchewan River Watershed Stewards hoping to develop Agri-Environmental Group Plan

The Southwest Booster November 16, 2009

 

 

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Local & National Water News and Articles

Water Canada - Water News Across Canada

Water Matters - Alberta Water News

Minister Kent and Minister Hutchinson Approve Nomination of South Saskatchewan Rivers as Candidate Canadian Heritage River

Canada News Centre  May 2012

Water Demand Puts Canadian Rivers at Risk

CBC News October 15, 2009

Increasing demands on Canada's fresh water is putting rivers at risk, according to a new report
 

The South Saskatchewan River Runs Dry

Canadian Geographic -  2010 issue

The river is the lifeblood of the prairies, but its future flow will be determined by a supply-demand equation — and the math doesn’t look promising

 

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