The Lake Stewardship Community of Practice is hosted by the Alberta Lake Management Society and supported by the Land Stewardship Centre of Canada.
WHAT: The objectives of the Community of Practice are to connect, invigorate, and engage Alberta’s lake watershed stewards. Our vision is a province where lake stewards are present, respected, connected, and knowledgeable stakeholders who are able to undertake community level action to advocate for healthy lakes for Alberta’s future.
HOW: In order to achieve this vision, ALMS is coordinating quarterly virtual meetings where lake stewards can network, share information, and feel a part of a community. This Community of Practice is open to anyone with an interest in lake stewardship. If you would like to become a part of the Community, you can sign up for a free ALMS membership, here.
WHEN: The next Lake Stewardship Community of Practice will take place in Spring 2024 – stay tuned!
|Community Engagement featuring Blake Bartlett of the Wizard Lake Watershed Stewardship Society
|Advocating for your Lake featuring Don Davidson and Catherine Pierce of the Pigeon Lake Watershed Association
|Lake Management SWOT Analysis
|High and Low Lake Water Levels: featuring Kellie Nichiporik of the Moose Lake Watershed Society and Peter Cordingley of the Muriel Lake Basin Management Society
|In Lake Treatment: featuring Richard Normandeau of the Half Moon Lake Residents Association
|Lake Watershed Stewardship Groups - Challenges and Opportunities featuring Sturgeon Lake Stewards, Healthy Waters Lac la Biche, and Cooking Lake Moraine Stewardship Society