The Alberta WaterPortal is a non profit organization educating and increasing Albertans' understanding of water and its importance by conducting research, sharing findings, and providing news and social media services.
The BRBC is the watershed planning and advisory council for the Bow Basin, which includes the Elbow sub-basin.
BCEC provides a forum for area residents, government and industry to work together on important Alberta environmental issues.
CRV is an independent, not-for-profit, volunteer-led organization, dedicated to building a strong and effective voice for river valleys protection and water quality in Calgary.
Cows and Fish works with communities and producers on riparian awareness.
The Friends cooperate with the Alberta Government and the community to engage in the sound stewardship of Kananaskis Country through participation and education.
GWAS has set its mission to identify ecosystem and environmental issues affecting the watershed of the Ghost-Waiparous, raise public awareness and work towards resolving these issues.
The GBCTA is a volunteer group of Bragg Creek residents that are working hard to design, build and maintain trails and pathways for the benefit of residents and visitors of Bragg Creek.
The KID provides local government and municipal services to the residents of Kananaskis Country, and works with the Province of Alberta with respect to land use and resource management within the Improvement District. The KID manages 65 percent of the Elbow River watershed.
The NCWP works to protect the riparian areas and improve water quality in the Nose Creek watershed.
Rocky View County is a municipal district in southern Alberta, and manages 20 percent of the Elbow River watershed.
S2G was formed in September 2004 in response to growing pressures on inner city neighbourhoods and green spaces brought about by Calgary’s rapid rate of growth.
The City of Calgary Water Services (part of the Utilities and Environmental Protection Department) manages the quality and delivery of Calgary's water supply - from the river, to our taps and back to the river.
Trout Unlimited Canada (TUC) is one of Canada's leading conservation organizations, working to conserve, protect and restore Canada's freshwater ecosystems.
The Tsuut’ina First Nation, whose lands border The City of Calgary on the west, manages ten percent of the area of the Elbow River watershed.
The goal of the Society is to protect and maintain the rich biodiversity of the Weaselhead/Glenmore area for the benefit and enjoyment of everyone in Calgary.
Western Sky protects critical watersheds in our region. They conserve vital habitats and provide managed public access for recreation and education. They also work with other agencies and organizations to further protect and enhance natural areas. They champion the conservation of environmentally sensitive lands that support the health of our watersheds.