Friends of the Napa River (FONR) was established as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in early 1994. We have worked together with our members and partners through the years on many different Napa River related issues such as flood protection, boating, fishing, watershed restoration, river access and trails, river research, festivals, watershed education, and riverfront development.
"We are a 501(c)3 organization on a mission to change the way we all think about our relationship with water. We want to bring awareness to the plight of
the Big Sioux River and encourage our community to start making river-healthy choices. By working with both rural and urban residents of eastern South
The Beaver Watershed Alliance (BWA) works to proactively protect, enhance, and sustain the high water quality of Beaver Lake and its tributaries through voluntary best management practice implementation, outreach and education, and scientific evaluation. Tributaries of Beaver Lake such as the West, Middle, and East Forks of the White River, Richland Creek, and War Eagle Creek offer...
Since 1999 a group of local rural municipalities and conservation groups in southeastern Saskatchewan have been developing watershed plans in conjunction with the Saskatchewan Watershed Authority. In partnership, the three local sub watershed committees; Four Creeks, Pipestone and, Antler Watershed Advisory Committees have formed a basin-wide organization know as the Lower Souris River Watershed Committee Inc.