Keeping the North Saskatchewan from the Headwaters to the Forks
North Saskatchewan Riverkeeper
is dedicated to protecting the lakes, rivers, and streams throughout the North Saskatchewan watershed – right from the Rocky Mountain headwaters to the forks, where the North and South Saskatchewan rivers meet.
The Latest from NSRK's Blog
Beach report assesses water quality, Brett Kissel joins Lowes to support protection of North Saskatchewan River Swim Drink Fish Canada and North Saskatchewan Riverkeeper release river monitoring report and raise funds for clean... Read more
As the swimming season slows down, this year’s monitoring program comes to a close this week. See the latest results below and watch for our Summer 2017 report, which will outline the findings... Read more
This Tuesday’s test results revealed a temporary, but significant spike in levels of E. coli in the North Saskatchewan River. The reason for the increased level of bacteria is not clear and tests will... Read more
On Wednesday, August 30th, the Bighorn Dam on the North Saskatchewan River was shutoff for approximately 24 hours to conduct a routine leakage test. The shutoff reduced river flow immediately beneath the dam... Read more