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
“We don’t control water, water controls us.” Critically acclaimed Canadian author and Moose Riverkeeper Joseph Boyden shares his Watermark about a powerful lesson he learned about the raw power of nature while canoeing... READ MORE
One of North Saskatchewan Riverkeeper’s directors, Kevin Lowe’s interest in clean water grew out of his original bond with the Shuswap Lake. As he became educated on everyday practices that were threatening our... READ MORE
Born and raised near the Bow River in Banff, Karen has always felt a connection with water and passion for global water issues. An Olympic and professional downhill skier, Karen’s interest and concern... READ MORE
North Saskatchewan Riverkeeper, in partnership with the National Water Centre and Waterkeepers across Canada, is proud to announce the official launch of the Watermark Project! We often forget how water shapes our country,... READ MORE