October 31, 2022

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We envision people caring for their local watersheds, resulting in clean, healthy lakes, rivers, and creeks that will support humans and wildlife for years to come. 

Knowledge-sharing and networking opportunities for agricultural specialists and producers. Workshop topics include improving nitrogen efficiency, intercropping and incorporating legumes, and soil testing/mapping. More opportunities are available to learn and network during the producer panel and trade show. 

Tickets are $10. Lunch is included.

CEUs available for Certified Crop Advisors. 

Learn more

Prairie Watershed Climate Program (PWCP)

Applications are open! 

Application forms are not published or available to the public. Applicants must work with their PWCP coordinator to complete and submit their application(s). Note that submitting an application does not guarantee approval.

Do you have any questions? or want to apply? You can find your local PWCP coordinator by clicking on the button below.

Accelerating adoption and implementation of on-farm beneficial management practices to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and support production efficiency, sustainability, and resiliency on farm operations. 

PWCP Funding Streams

  • Nitrogen Management
  • Rotational Grazing
  • Cover Cropping

More details and registration information coming soon! 

Meet the Team!

Each of our newsletters features two of our staff members to help you get to know us better.

Angela Waite

Southwest District Manager

Angela is responsible for overseeing programming and supervising staff within the Southwest District. She grew up on a mixed farm near Hazlet, SK and went on to complete her Bachelor of Science in Agriculture from the University of Saskatchewan, majoring in Animal Science. Angela has worked in many different areas, including New Zealand on a kiwi fruit farm, Prince Albert as a credit advisor, Calgary in communications, writing and IT, west coast of Canada in invasive species. She also had two children and did postgraduate studies in environmental law. She now lives in Swift Current, near her family farm, with her border collie cross dog. When Angela isn't working, she's enjoying fine art, nature photography, swimming, hiking, reading, and travelling.

Michelle Keck

Agri-Environmental Watershed Coordinator

Michelle is one of the Agri-Environmental Coordinators in the Southwest District. She was born in Outlook, SK, raised in Assiniboia, SK, and spent much time growing up at her family farm near Courval, SK. Michelle obtained a Diploma in Crop Technology and has been working in the agriculture industry since 2012 and in the environmental industry since 2019. She currently resides on her husband's family farm west of Gravelbourg, SK, where they raise two sons and run a cattle operation. Michelle's hobbies include boating, fishing, swimming, hiking, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling. 

Come in; we're open!

Our office locations are open Monday to Friday from 9 AM to 5 PM (closed 12 PM-1 PM).

Head Office


817 High St. W

Moose Jaw

Office Location

Southwest District Office


145 1st Ave NE

Swift Current

Office Location

Northwest District Office


834 #5 56th St. E


Office Location

Our Funders

Saskatchewan Association of Watersheds

Mailing Address

Box 1177, Moose Jaw, SK S6H 4P9

Head Office Location 

817 High St W, Moose Jaw, SK S6H 6L7


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