Work: Watershed Planning and Advisory Councils (WPACs)
Under Alberta's Water for Life strategy, Watershed Planning and Advisory Councils (WPACs) are multi-stakeholder, non-profit organizations that assess the conditions of their watershed and develop plans and activities to address watershed issues. Currently, eleven watersheds have organizations formally recognized as WPACs.
Alberta’s WPAC community is a skilled network of educated, responsible and dedicated organizations that all want the best for the future of Alberta water. The community is made up organizations that are run by volunteers and paid positions, varying in size from five to 300 members.