“Producers Leading the Way” took a new approach to cow/calf producer engagement. An online
survey was deployed to all known cow/calf producers within the four local counties: Cardston,
Cypress, Forty Mile and Warner.
This study assessed the impact of WPAC initiatives on municipal watershed management and planning.
In the climate we live in, low water landscaping is ideal. It requires minimal water and maintenance.
With this project, MRWCC is partnering with the Geological Survey of Canada and they seek collaboration with resource managers, stakeholders and community members across all borders to better understand the common groundwater resource.
The program forms the baseline for long-term water quality monitoring in the Milk River watershed.
The purpose of this project is to identify and document important roost sites being used by the Little Brown Myotis throughout the watershed.