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The Wear Rivers Trust

The mission of the Wear Rivers Trust is to conserve, protect, rehabilitate and improve the landscape and watercourses of the whole River Wear catchment, from the watershed to the estuarine and adjacent coastal areas, through involving individuals, local communities, government agencies and public bodies with proactive improvement works and monitoring, and by increasing awareness and understanding...
Published in North England Coast
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Kootenai River Network, Inc

Kootenai River Network, Inc. is a U.S. 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that accomplishes its goals through grants and contributions from collaborators. The group formed late in 1991 in response to citizens concerns of threatened or deteriorating water quality and aquatic resources in the Kootenai River Basin. The primary purpose of the Kootenai River Network is to foster communication and implement collaborative processes among private and public interests in the watershed.

Published in Kootenay
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The Upper Souris Watershed Association

The Upper Souris Watershed Association is an independent, non-profit organization that has been developed to implement the key action items from the Watershed Protection Plan. The USWA was incorporated as a non-profit on February 24, 2010. The watershed protection plan has been developed under the leadership of Saskatchewan Watershed Authority by holding meetings with local watershed advisory committees.
Published in Souris

The North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance (NSWA) supports stakeholder and public discussion concerning all aspects of Integrated Watershed Management for the North Saskatchewan River watershed in Alberta. NSWA is one of eleven Watershed Planning and Advisory Councils (WPACs) in Alberta.

Published in North Saskatchewan

Yellowstone River Conservation District Council (YRCDC) is made up of representatives from twelve conservation districts bordering the main stem of the Yellowstone River. Conservation districts have over 60 years experience successfully working and cooperating with private individuals, groups, and agencies to conserve Montana’s natural resources.

Published in Yellowstone

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