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Mighty Peace Watershed Alliance 1st Annual General Meeting

Mar 18 2011 - 10:00am

At this meeting, the Mighty Peace Watershed Alliance will officially be formed with the election of a Board of Directors. The Board will subsequently submit a request to the Government of Alberta to become the Watershed Planning and Advisory Council for this region as per the Water for Life strategy.

This meeting is open to the public. However for planning purposes, if attending, please submit a completed registration form by March 16, 2011 by email to Lori [dot] Adams [at] gov [dot] ab [dot] ca or FAX to 780 427-7824.

Tentative Agenda
9:00 Coffee and Registration, Display Set-up
10:00 Official Welcome and Introductions
10:15 Report of the Initiators Group
10:45 The Role of a WPAC and its Board Members
11:00 Presentation on the North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance
11:45 Nominations and Voting Instructions
12:00 Lunch, networking, viewing displays
1:00 Presentation on the Fishes of the Peace River Watershed
1:45 Going Forward – Workplan and Committees for 2011
2:00 Introduction of the New Board Members
2:30 Participant Advice to the Board of Directors
3:00 Annual General Meeting Adjourned
3:00-4:00 Meeting Room open for networking, viewing displays, etc.
3:00-4:00 Short Meeting of the Board of Directors

Membership

Membership is open to all who share the Mighty Peace Watershed Alliance vision and mission. Individuals and organizations interested in becoming a member must complete an membership form where more details on membership categories (voting and non-voting) can be found. Currently, there are no membership fees, however, donations are always appreciated!

Vision
The Peace is a healthy, sustainable watershed that supports our social, environmental and economic objectives.
Mission
To promote watershed excellence, the Mighty Peace Watershed Alliance will monitor cumulative effects from land use practices, industry and other activities in the watershed and work to address issues through science, education, communication, policy and by supporting watershed stewardship.

Location

Belle Petroleum Centre
9403 94 Street
Peace River

Posted February 17, 2011 by AEN

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