Through the dedication of local Watershed Advisory Committees and Technical Committee members, the following watershed and aquifer source water protection plans have been completed.
- Assiniboine River Watershed
- Carrot River Watershed
- Lower Qu’Appelle River Watershed
- Lower Souris River Watershed
- Moose Jaw River Watershed
- North Saskatchewan River Watershed
- Old Wives Lake Watershed
- South Saskatchewan River Watershed
- Swift Current Creek Watershed
- Upper Qu’Appelle River & Wascana Creek Watersheds
- Upper Souris River Watershed
- Yorkton Area Aquifers
View more information here: https://www.wsask.ca/Water-Info/Watershed-Planning/
Sask Agri-Map is an interactive GIS mapping website that will provide the agricultural community in Saskatchewan with a central source of geospatial information. Access to this comprehensive library of digital land and water information provides producers, regional groups and municipalities with a greater capacity to make informed decisions on the landscape.
Ducks Unlimited Canada – Interactive Mapping Portal
The Canadian Wetland Inventory (CWI) Progress Map displays CWI-compatible wetland inventory areas that are completed or in progress across Canada. This map application also permits the visualization of detailed wetland polygons and attribute information for certain areas where wetland inventory data have been made available
Natural Resources Canada – The Atlas of Canada
A watershed is an area that drains all precipitation received as a runoff or base flow (groundwater sources) into a particular river or set of rivers. Canada’s ocean watersheds are the Atlantic Ocean, Hudson Bay, Arctic Ocean, Pacific Ocean and Gulf of Mexico.
Water Security Agency
Groundwater maps illustrate the spatial extent, distribution, and depth of potential aquifers throughout Saskatchewan for both glacial and bedrock deposits. Detailed cross-sections complement the groundwater maps. Information on the location of potential aquifers, water supply potential, and sensitivity to contamination are described in the accompanying reports.
This interactive map is a tool that allows users to identify the watershed in which they live, become informed on the major issues affecting it, connect to environmental organizations active in their watershed, post their own photos, share their stories and get involved.
GeoSask is a centralized public website that provides one clear online access point to different types of maps and geographic information related to Saskatchewan land from across various government sources.