Contact Information:
Watershed Coordinator: David Pattyson
Box 1602, Estevan, SK S4A 2L7
Phone: 306-634-7074
Cell: 306-861-9913
Fax: 306-634-7075

Projects of Upper Souris Watershed Association


To see details on the Canadian Agricultural Partnership (CAP) program go to: 

USWA Community Education 


USWA's  Executive Director David Pattyson presented and participated in the Estevan Area Literacy Group "Nature Smarts" on July 24th & 25th to discuss water quality and the environment with a young and enthusiast audience. There was a lot of interest by the youth, and many questions.



Presentation by David Pattyson on nature and water to youth at "Nature Smarts" in Estevan on July 25.




"Nature Smarts" youth participate in water filtering experiment to see water filtering effects of sand, gravel, vegetation, cotton balls and other media with dirty water.



Agri Environmental Technical Services (AETS) Facebook Postings:


 As posted by: Upper Souris Watershed Association:

To learn more about the Riparian Grazing Management BMP, click on image to open a pdf with details of the Canadian Agricultural Partnership (CAP) funding available:




As posted by: Lower Souris Watershed Committee:

To learn more about water well decommissioning from the Water Security Agency(WSA),  click on image to go to WSA document:


As posted by: Carrot River Valley Watershed Association

For more information on the FRWIP funding click on image to go to website:


As posted by the Swift Current Creek Watershed Stewards: For more information on the invasive plant biocontrol and targeted razing BMP, and other funding available to prodcuers, click on image to go to the website:

As posted by the Old Wives Watershed Association. For more information on Permanent Tame Forage and other funding available to producers, click on image to go to the website:


As posted by: North Saskatchewan River Basin Council, NSRBC

For more information on Tame Forage Funding click on the image.


As posted by: Wascana Upper Qu'Appelle Watershed

For more information on funding availability click on image to go to website:


USWA & Natural Edge Shoreline Protection at Nickle Lake


The Upper Souris Watershed Association was involved with the Natural Edge Shoreline Protection project at Nickle Lake, Sk, in October, 2017. The program is designed to protect waterbodies by establishing native vegetation along the shoreline. Once established ,the vegetation will help keep our water cleaner, protecting our aquatic species, and will provide and excellent habitat for our terrestrial species.




For more details, you can click on the Natural Edge Article.pdf link:





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