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Source Water Protection Webinar Series

This is a series of three (3) Source Water Protection webinars held on May 5, 6, 7 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (Mountain Time). Cost: $75.00 (plus GST) for members (a current member of AWWOA, MWWA, MSSA, NTWWA, SWWA, WCS AWWA, WCWEA will receive member rates) Please log into your WCW account to receive your member rate. If you are unsure of your member status or need assistance, please email $100.00 (plus GST) for non-members.

2020-05-05 to 2020-05-07
When: May 5, 6, 7
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Where: Online Webinar Series

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Source Water Protection - Webinar Synopsis

In order to receive 0.3 CEUs you must attend each webinar in the series. Each webinar will include 45 minutes of instruction and a 15 minute question period.You must participate in the for the full duration of the webinar and attendance will be monitored.

Webinar 1: May 5 - 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Webinar 2: May 6 - 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Webinar 3: May 7 - 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

0.3 CEUs have been approved for SK and MB residents. We anticipate 0.3 CEUs for AB and NT residents (applications have been made to their respective certification authorities). 

Webinar 1 & 2

Source Water Protection is a key to a multi-barrier approach to water treatment. Protecting source waters has many benefits in reducing long term impacts of climate change on our environment and water supplies. Extreme weather can impact water quantity and quality by resulting in contamination, flooding, erosion, and increased infrastructure maintenance.

This webinar will focus on Source Water Protection, (what it is? what it means?) including practical ideas about what we can do in our local watershed or Community to improve our resilience to changes from climate or development and better protect our source water, now and in future.


  1. How to identify and quantify risk using tools like the Drinking Water Safety Plan
  2. Building resiliency and redundancy into our source water diversion.
  3. Protection of source water using wetlands and bio-engineering methods
  4. A case study of a City and implementation of a Source Water Protection Plan.


  • Jeff Fetter P.Eng, Manager Water Division -Associated Engineering Alberta North.
  • Kristen Andersen, P.Biol., PWS, CPESC Senior Environmental Scientist – Associated Environmental.
  • Grant Dixon – Operations Specialist and Manager – ATAP Infrastructure Alberta/BC.

Webinar 3

  • Source Water Protection Case Study - EPCOR


  • Stephanie Neufeld, Watershed Manager - EPCOR