Petition for Lake Diefenbaker Irrigation Projects Impact Assessment
March 16, 2022 — SES signed a Nature Saskatchewan petition for the Lake Diefenbaker Irrigation Projects to become a designated project under Impact Assessment Act.
Findings from Farmland Drainage Roundtable Initiative
June 7, 2018 — Report: “Call To Action:” Findings from Farmland Drainage Roundtable Initiative
Input on Quill Lakes Diversion Project
November 8, 2017 — SES submission to the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency regarding the request to designate the Common Ground Drainage Diversion Project under the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, 2012 in order to conduct a Federal Environmental Assessment of the project.
Of Land & Living Skies Article: Boreal Watershed Monitoring
2016 — Article in Of Land & Living Skies: A Community Journal on Place, Land, and Learning called “Boreal Watershed Monitoring Education: Combining Efforts to Answer Key Questions About the Health of Local Watersheds,” pages 5 to 8.
Recommendations for New Oil Pipeline Safety Measures
December 1, 2016 — The Saskatchewan Environmental Society’s recommendations for the Government of Saskatchewan arising from the Husky Energy oil spill that took place in July 2016. This spill put at risk the primary drinking water source for nearly 70,000 Saskatchewan residents, and has had a wide array of negative ecological impacts.
Comments on EIS for the Yancoal Southey Project
June 2, 2016 — Comments to the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment on the Environmental Impact Statement for the Yancoal Southey Project.
Submission on Agricultural Drainage
February 24, 2015 — SES Submission regarding the Provincial Consultation on Responsible Drainage
Letter to Minister Cheveldayoff on Sustainable Water Policy
2013 — Submission to Hon. Cheveldayoff, Minister of Environment and Minister Responsible for the Saskatchewan Water Security Agency.
Letter to Premier Wall on Acid Rain
October 3, 2011 — Letter encouraging the Saskatchewan Ministry of the Environment to expand its acid precipitation monitoring system across northern Saskatchewan.
Tough Questions About Big Dams
2006 — Report: People are asking: Does Saskatchewan need more dams?