September 30, 2022

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We envision people caring for their local watersheds, resulting in clean, healthy lakes, rivers, and creeks that will support humans and wildlife for years to come. 

SAW Annual Conference

We are currently planning our annual conference, which will take place on January 31 and February 1, 2023, in Saskatoon, SK. This year's conference will be filled with diverse speakers from varying backgrounds and perspectives speaking about water and agriculture, the theme of this year's event. Participate in networking opportunities with those in academia, non-profit groups, industry, and agriculture! 

More details and registration information will be coming soon! 

New office locations!

Southwest District Office


145 1st Ave NE

Swift Current

Office Location

Northwest District Office


834 #5 56th St. E


Office Location

Prairie Watershed Climate Program (PWCP)

The Prairie Watersheds Climate Program (PWCP) provides up to $40 million in financial support through Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s On-Farm Climate Action Fund (OFCAF). This funding is available to producers in Manitoba and Saskatchewan to accelerate their adoption and implementation of on-farm beneficial management practices (BMPs) to reduce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions and support production efficiency, sustainability and resiliency on their farm operations.

PWCP Funding Streams

  • Nitrogen Management
  • Rotational Grazing
  • Cover Cropping

Have questions about the program? Visit and reach out to us! 

Contact your local PWCP Coordinator

Aquatic Invasive Species Monitoring

Our Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) water sampling for this year has come to an end. This year, we sampled 47 waterbodies in Saskatchewan. Samples have been sent for analysis to determine the absence or presence of invasive mussels. We will be sure to share results with our subscribers and followers when available. 

2022 Sampled Waterbodies

  • Anglin Lake
  • Batka Lake
  • Blackstrap Reservoir
  • Buffalo Pound Lake
  • Candle Lake
  • Christopher Lake
  • Codette Lake
  • Cypress Lake
  • Duncairn Dam
  • Eastend Reservoir
  • Echo Lake
  • Emma Lake
  • Fishing Lake
  • Good Spirit Lake
  • Governor Dam
  • Greenwater Lake
  • Humboldt Lake
  • Jackfish Lake
  • Jackfish Lake
  • Katepwa Lake
  • Kipabiskau Lake
  • Lac Pelletier
  • Lake Diefenbaker
  • Lake of the Prairies
  • Last Mountain Lake
  • Little Manitou Lake
  • Lovering Lake
  • Lucien Lake
  • Madge Lake
  • Marean Lake
  • McBride Lake
  • McPhee Lake
  • Meeting Lake
  • Moosomin Reservoir
  • Murray Lake
  • North Sask River
  • Old Wives Lake
  • Pasqua Lake
  • Pike Lake
  • Qu'Appelle River
  • Struthers Lake
  • Thompson Lake
  • Tobin Lake
  • Wakaw Lake
  • Wascana Creek
  • Wascana Lake
  • Whitesand River

Adult Invasive Mussel Monitoring (AIMM)

By participating in the AIMM program, you are helping to prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species in Saskatchewan! Your monitoring efforts may include checking your dock, shoreline, or mussel substrate sampler.

For instructions on how to participate, download the Saskatchewan Adult Invasive Mussel Monitoring (AIMM) Guide. 

AIMM Guide

This monitoring program was made possible due to the generous support of the Government of Saskatchewan Fish and Wildlife Development Fund, the Water Security Agency, Mosaic, and Invasive Species Centre. 

Meet the Team!

Each of our newsletters features two of our staff members to help you get to know us better.

Amber Cramer

Northeast District Manager

Amber is responsible for overseeing programming and supervising staff within the Northeast District. She grew up on a mixed farm north of Willowbrook, SK and now lives in Yorkton with her husband and three children. Amber has a background in land surveying, geomatics, and agriculture and watershed program delivery. She is very organized and detail-oriented and believes in lifelong learning, allowing her to excel in her managerial role. When Amber isn't working, she enjoys reading, baking, gardening and spin classes. 

Heather Josephson

Agri-Environmental Watershed Coordinator

Heather is one of the Agri-Environmental Coordinators in the Northwest District. Her background is in water quality sampling and lab analysis. Her cheerful, down-to-earth personality allows her to excel in communicating with agricultural producers about programming as well as collaborating with colleagues. Heather has many hobbies, some of which include cooking, swimming, camping, reading, and pottery. 

Our Funders

Saskatchewan Association of Watersheds

Mailing Address

Box 1177, Moose Jaw, SK S6H 4P9

Office Location 

817 High St W, Moose Jaw, SK S6H 6L7

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