PLEASE VISIT OUR SUMMER STUDENT’S BLOG (STARTING JULY 2) TO SEE WHAT THEY ARE UP TO THIS SUMMER!
We are proud to announce the winners of our first World Water Way Photo Contest! Our winning photos and photographers are:
FIRST PLACE: Jodi leBlanc
SECOND PLACE: Jodi leBlanc
THIRD PLACE: Jerry leBlanc
THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO PARTICIPATED; congrats to the leBlanc’s for their clean sweep, and we look forward to next year!
Welcome to the Stratford Area Watershed Improvement Group!
The Stratford Area Watershed Improvement Group (SAWIG) was incorporated in 2009 by a group of community members concerned with the health and sustainability of the Stratford area watershed. The process began with regularly held meetings among interested area residents. These included members of the agricultural sector, landowners, government representatives, as well as various local organizations and businesses. The result of public meetings was a list of concerns and goals to be addressed by the watershed group.
With all aspects of life depending on the health of an area’s water resources, it is imperative that every effort be made to enhance and improve water quality. All flora and fauna in the region are connected to the watershed, and any activity performed; therefore, has an impact on the entire system. Given this interconnection, it is crucial the watershed includes all facets of the environment in its planning and implementation.
What is SAWIG about? Click here to find out!
Want to know the dates of upcoming events, activities, public meetings etc.? Please take a look at our calendar! Feel free to contact us anytime at 902.367.3605 or at email@example.com .