The Bow River Basin Council (BRBC) is a multi-stakeholder, charitable organization dedicated to conducting activities for the improvement and protection of the waters of the Bow River Basin, considering riparian zones, aquatic ecosystems, quality and quantity of water, and effects of land use on surface and groundwater
"We are a non-profit group that is dedicated to the health of our local watershed along the Cimarron River. We have members from several municipalities, government agencies, and local citizens that all participate in keeping our watershed healthy. We would love to have you join in our monthly discussions and learn more about what our goals and upcoming projects hope to accomplish.
"In Muskoka, we know with our heads that water is the key to our economy and our quality of life. With our hearts, we cherish the splendor of our lakes and rivers".The Muskoka Watershed Council's goal is to preserve and enhance the air, water and terrestrial ecosystems of the watersheds in Muskoka for the environmental, health, economic, spiritual and intrinsic values they provide.
The Takshanuk Watersheds have supported local residents for thousands of years with a rich and abundant fishery. Five species of pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus sp.) have evolved in the mountainous landscape over thousands of years. The Chilkat, Chilkoot and Ferebee Rivers flow from headwaters in British Columbia and the Yukon Territories of Canada, into the fjords of the Upper Lynn Canal.
The Ganga River is a symbol of faith, heritage and civilization. Its basin, with a 1.09 million km2 area and over 600 million people, generates approximately 40% of India’s GDP. Traversing over 2,500 km, the Ganga provides an extensive range of ecosystem services to riverine communities; water for cities and agriculture; fish production; recreational uses; and important sites for religious purposes to name a few.