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AIS Task Force and Partnerships

The Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment is working closely with a variety of stakeholders on an aquatic invasive species program that includes:

  • Monitoring;
  • Rapid response planning;
  • Education and outreach;
  • Watercraft inspections; and
  • Policy and regulation.

The province's efforts to detect, assess and respond to aquatic invasive species introductions are guided by the Saskatchewan Aquatic Invasive Species Strategy – a framework that identifies the roles and responsibilities of government and stakeholders related to the management of invasive species in Saskatchewan.

A provincial Aquatic Invasive Species Task Force involving numerous stakeholders and partners, has also been established to assist with prevention, monitoring and providing support if introductions of aquatic invasive species occur (e.g. training industry partners on how to control aquatic invasive plants).

Members of the task force include:

  • Saskatchewan Association of Watersheds
  • Upper Souris Watershed Association
  • Lower Qu'Appelle Watershed Stewards
  • Saskatchewan Water Security Agency
  • Ministry of Compliance, Policing, and Public Safety
  • SaskPower
  • Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation
  • Ministry of Highways
  • Meewasin Valley Authority
  • Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities
  • SaskWater
  • Ministry of Agriculture
  • Native Plant Society of Saskatchewan
  • Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association
  • Saskatchewan Invasive Species Council
  • Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport
  • Parks Canada

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