Lesser Slave Watershed Council

The Lesser Slave Watershed Council (LSWC) is non profit organization in Alberta which formed in 2007. The organization is run by a group of volunteers and board members, who work with the provincial government to maintain the health of the Lesser Slave Watershed. Three Water for Life goals form the basis for their work in the watershed: safe, secure drinking water; healthy aquatic ecosystems; and reliable, quality water supplies for a sustainable future. 

The organizations’ Vision is “The Lesser Slave Watershed, including its lake and rivers, is a bond that brings communities together, is a part of each citizen’s life, is a prime asset and renewable resource, and is a generator of economic development.”

Contact information:

phone: +1 (780) 523 9800

email: info@lswc.ca 

website: lswc.ca

facebook: @LSWC2012

twitter: @abLSWC

4833-52nd Ave. 
PO Box 2607
High Prairie, AB T0G 1E0

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