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Land Stewardship Centre launches "Septic Sense: Solutions for Rural Living" pilot program

From the Land Stewardship Centre website:

Land Stewardship Centre (LSC), in partnership with the Alberta Onsite Wastewater Management Association (AOWMA), have launched a pilot program, Septic Sense: Solutions for Rural Living, to provide landowners access to the information, resources and support that can help them responsibly manage their septic systems.

As part of the pilot program, LSC and AOWMA will be working closely with rural municipalities to deliver workshops across Alberta in March 2015. If you have a septic system on your rural property, you will benefit from attending a workshop.

Attend a workshop

Workshops are coming to a community near you. Presenters will teach you how to understand, assess and properly manage your septic system, enabling you to protect your investment in your property and the valuable natural assets associated with your land.

Please contact the hosting municipality directly for more details (e.g. venue/location and start time) and to pre-register for a workshop.

  • March 17 – Clearwater County – Contact Gary Lewis 403–845-4444
  • March 18 – Wheatland County – Contact Sarah Schumacher 403–934-3321
  • March 26 – Leduc County/Wetaskiwin County – Contact Heather Dickau 780–955-3555 ext 287
  • March 31 – Red Deer County – Contact Aimee Delaney 403–350-2150
  • April 8 – MD of Greenview – Contact Kristin King 780–524-7624

Contact the Land Stewardship Centre for more information about the Septic Sense program.

Posted March 10, 2015 by AEN

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