Association of Boards of Certification (ABC) promotes operator certification and uniformity of standards and practices.
Canada-Saskatchewan Irrigation Diversification Centre (CSIDC) promotes crop diversification and sustainable irrigation practices to Saskatchewan producers and industry. Through market-driven research and demonstration projects, CSIDC responds to farmer and industry needs to improve the sustainability and profitability of farms.
Canada Coast Guard Office of Boating Safety Information including course providers.
Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment (CCME)
Canadian Heritage River System Established by the federal, provincial and
territorial governments to give national recognition to the important rivers of Canada, to conserve and protect the best examples of Canada's river heritage and to encourage the public to learn about, enjoy and appreciate Canada's rivers
Canadian Water Resources Association (CWRA) is a national organization of individuals and organizations interested in the management of Canada's water resources.
Canadian Water and Wastewater Association (CWWA) represents the common interests of Canada's water and wastewater systems, regarding federal and interprovincial bodies' policies, programs, legislation and national Codes or Standards.
Canoe Saskatchewan Saskatchewan has one of the world's great wilderness canoe areas with half of the province covered by forest and one-eighth with water. The Precambrian shield in northern Saskatchewan provides the setting for an adventurer's paradise.
Climate Change Saskatchewan is the gateway to climate change information in Saskatchewan.
Ducks Unlimited Canada Wetland and wildlife conservation.
- Water contains information about the nature of water, its management and the policies
and legislation that regulate water. A unique feature is a look at how water is shaping Canadian culture.
- Groundwater Nature's Hidden Treasure
Fisheries and Oceans Canada - Information on Fish Habitat Protection
Foam Lake Heritage Marsh is considered the gem of all prairie marshes.
Library Services The libraries of Saskatchewan offer a wide range of information services to the public and researchers.
National Land and Water Information Service Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada is developing this service in partnership with other federal departments, provincial governments, NGOs and industry groups to provide the best available information, analysis and interpretation of land and water resources to all Canadians.
Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute (PAMI) is an applied research, development and testing organization serving manufacturers and farmers.
Prairie Provinces Water Board promotes cooperation among the three Prairie Provinces through activities relating to water quality and quantity and groundwater. The site lists reports/publications which are available free of charge from the Board.
Prairie Water News is a journal dedicated to providing information about water supply and quality.
Quill Lakes Marsh Network is a wetland of international importance.
Safe Water's primary purpose is to find treatment and preventative solutions to make surface and ground water safe for human consumption. A registered charitable organization.
Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM) is an independent association that represents rural municipal government in Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan Association of Rural Water Pipelines is a provincial organization providing a united voice on rural water pipeline issues.
Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) is a major research and development organization in Saskatchewan providing contract research, technology transfer and analytical services to companies in the province and around the world.
The Environmental Analytical Laboratories provide analytical testing of domestic drinking water from ground and surface-water sources to measure levels of bacteria, nitrates, minerals and heavy metals. Toxicity testing is also performed on mining operation effluents and other industrial waters.SRC's expertise in aquatic ecology helps to assess, monitor and remedy specific environmental problems in freshwater ecosystems.
Saskatchewan River Basin is a unique alliance of governments, industry, businesses and individuals dedicated to promoting awareness, linkages, stewardship, knowledge and respect for the basin ecosystem and heritage of the Saskatchewan River Basin located in Western Canada.
Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association (SUMA) advocates policy positions and delivers programs and services to member municipalities in Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council is a non-profit, non-government organization whose mission is to help Saskatchewan and its people attain the environmental, economic and cultural benefits that come from reducing waste.
Saskatchewan Water and Wastewater Association (SWWA) is made up of individuals involved in the operation, maintenance and troubleshooting of water/wastewater systems and their related components.
SaskBiz provides the most comprehensive listing of information on communities and regions in Saskatchewan. Each Community Profile contains up-to-date information on economic indicators (such as population, labour force, education, leading employers, utilities, transportation and taxation) as well as quality of life indicators (such as schools, recreational facilities, health care and housing).
Spirit Creek Watershed Monitoring Committee is empowered to investigate and report the environmental impact on the water, soil and air arising from the intensive hog operation facility situated in the Spirit Creek Watershed.
Swift Current Creek Watershed Stewards Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation formed by local people in the Swift Current Creek and Rush Lake Creek Watersheds. Its mission is to enhance water quality and stream health of the Swift Current Creek Watershed by promoting awareness and understanding among water users.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency provides groundwater and drinking water information and guidance for small systems.
Wastewater Systems Effluent Regulations (WSER): Canada's first national standards for wastewater treatment.
Western Canada Water (WCW), formerly called Western Canada Water and Wastewater Association (WCWWA), is a non-profit regional association promoting education, training and networking of its members in water treatment, water distribution, wastewater treatment and wastewater collection.
World Health Organization (WHO) is the United Nations specialized agency for health. Information on emerging issues in water and infectious disease is available. Information on potential transmission of avian influenza through water and sewage. WHO guidelines for drinking water quality include coverage of risk assessment and management for both microbiology and chemicals, as well as guidance on guidelines applications.