About the Athabasca Watershed Council
The Athabasca Watershed Council (AWC) is one of the 11 Watershed Planning and Advisory Councils in Alberta, "working in partnership with the Government of Alberta, stakeholders, and Indigenous peoples to achieve the three goals of the WATER FOR LIFE strategy." They work to "build relationships, share information, and inform the planning and policy decisions that affect the Athabasca River watershed." Their vision is that the Athabasca River watershed is ecologically healthy, socially responsible, and economically sustainable."
About the Project
The AWC is currently working on a two-year project called the Pembina River Watershed Shorelines Project. The goals are to "increase watershed resilience through riparian habitat assessment, education, restoration and conservation," in the watershed.
For a portion of the education piece, the AWC wanted some explainer videos that highlighted the important subject matter in an accessible way.
For more information on the Shorelines project, please visit the AWC website: https://awc-wpac.ca/pembina-project/
If you think explainer videos would help tell your story, let's have a chat!