"Every steward has his or her own definition of what stewardship means to them. Most often, stewardship
evokes a sense of personal responsibility for ensuring our natural resources are sustainably managed for our own quality of life, and for future generations."
Alberta Stewardship Network
Watershed stewardship groups take community-level action to safeguard our water sources. These groups are community, volunteer-based partnerships actively
engaged in environmental stewardship of their watershed. They include individuals, organizations, agriculture, industry, municipalities and other forms of local
government and set common goals to achieve shared outcomes.
Currently there are over 140 stewardship groups in Alberta undertaking a wide variety of activities.
Locating a Watershed Stewardship Group
The Stewardship Directory helps community stewardship groups, organizations, businesses and government find and connect with each other in order to share their
experiences and lessons learned in stewardship and natural resource management.
If your group, organization, business or government is involved in stewardship, be sure to get them listed in the directory. Set up an account for your organization
by clicking on the "Register" button on the home page.
Updated: Jan 4, 2016