These are the questions we ask for all of rivers, lakes, and streams within the North Saskatchewan watershed.

We are a local waterbody preservation group dedicated to being a united voice for the North Saskatchewan River watershed and community from the Rocky Mountain headwaters to the forks, near Prince Albert where the North and South Saskatchewan Rivers meet.


The Latest from NSRK's Blog

The Best and Worst Beaches of 2015

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As swimmable water season comes to a close here in Alberta, North Saskatchewan Riverkeeper and Swim Guide are taking a look back at some of the best and worst beaches from the summer... READ MORE

How you can be a water leader.

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About a month ago, I was in Toronto’s distillery district during the Panam Games. I happened to walk through on one of the nights that Porte Parole’s Watershed Project was being exhibited. If you... READ MORE

Mapping Swimmer’s Itch Across Alberta

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Many of us have had it.   I’m talking about the red, itchy rash we sometimes get after swimming in a lake. Commonly called “Swimmer’s Itch,” Alberta has seen a considerable rise in the amount... READ MORE

What is Alberta’s Water Future?

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You might have read our blog post back in July talking about WWF’s Canada-wide assessment of our most prominent watersheds. Or our post about the drought-like conditions affecting much of Alberta. WWF’s ambitious... READ MORE

Why are Alberta’s trout species threatened?

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5 per cent. That’s what’s left of the once-thriving population of cutthroat trout in Alberta. Combine that with a 70 per cent loss of habitat for Alberta’s provincial fish, the bull trout, and things aren’t... READ MORE