High Prairie’s The Lesser Slave Watershed Council Rain Barrel Fundraising Sale

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Date(s) - 06/06/2015
10:00 am - 3:00 pm

High Prairie’s The Lesser Slave Watershed Council Rain Barrel Fundraising Sale


RainBarrel.ca is pleased to partner with The Lesser Slave Watershed Council in support of their education and outreach programs to educate the community on our watershed.

The rain barrel sale, distribution and pickup is scheduled for Saturday, June 6th, 2015 and will take place from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM at Main Street, High Prairie, AB T0H 1G0. Only rain barrels ordered in advance are guaranteed to be available.

Prices begin at $65 per barrel. A variety of optional items including flexible downspout pipes, downspout diverters, rain barrel stands, dispensing hose and additional lengths of overflow hose can also be purchased. Please bring your receipt to the sale event to claim your products.

Email Megan Graham at megangraham@lswc.ca or call 780-523-9800 for information not available on the website or if you need assistance with online ordering.

To order online please visit http://rainbarrel.ca/lswc/

About The Lesser Slave Watershed Council – We are a group of volunteers and board members who work with the provincial government to maintain the health of the Lesser Slave Watershed by delivering on the three Water for Life goals in our watershed. These include: safe, secure drinking water; healthy aquatic ecosystems; and reliable, quality water supplies for a sustainable future.

The LSWC reports on the watershed health through State of the Watershed reports and works to fill data gaps to better understand our lake and watershed. The LSWC strives to deliver quality education and awareness programming throughout the watershed so that people understand how nature and human activities impact our watershed.

Members of the council are representatives from towns, municipalities, first nations communities, industries, cottage owners, non-profit organizations, as well as recreation and tourism groups who have an interest in how the waters of Lesser Slave Lake and its tributaries are managed.