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
Last November, we were part of a group of over 50 health and environmental non-profits organizations that signed onto a public statement in support of prohibiting the use of Triclosan (a harmful anti-microbial agent) in Canada. ... READ MORE
When you ask someone about the quality of the North Saskatchewan River, clean might not be the first word they respond with. But saying the North Saskatchewan River is “dirty” isn’t correct. The... READ MORE
In March, our province unveiled the latest steps in their strategy to prevent invasive zebra mussels from entering our province and becoming established in our waterways. Part of the strategy included mandatory boat... READ MORE
This month, WWF released the first half of a Canada-wide assessment of our 25 most prominent watersheds. The assessment focused on four indicators of watershed health and seven key threats. Measures of health... READ MORE
Until July 12, it’s National Fishing Week in Canada.The program, which encourages Canadians to enjoy over one million lakes, rivers, and streams that dot our country, is sponsored by the Canadian National Sportfishing... READ MORE