Join the Keepers of the Athabasca
The Keepers of the Athabasca Watershed Society is a provincially registered non-profit society in the province of Alberta, and is a Chapter of the national Keepers of the Water.

Our grassroots organization has an open door policy, which means that anyone who has a genuine interest in helping us protect and enhance the quality and quantity of our Athabasca waters is welcome to join us.
Contacts for Keepers of the Athabasca
Jule Asterisk, Executive Director
Slave Lake · 780-805-1709 ·

Cleo Reece, Co-Chair
Fort McMurray · 780-215-0628 ·

Paul Belanger, Co-Chair
Edson · 780-263-8810 ·
Keepers of the Water is a grassroots organization of citizens and community members, working together in a spirit of openness and honesty to protect one of our most valuable resources: your water. We ask you to join us by observing and reporting what takes place in your watershed.

Effective reporting will include a call to Alberta's single 24-hour, toll-free response line for all energy and environmental emergencies and complaints. Albertans reporting oil and gas spills, facility fires, and all other situations with an urgent impact on the environment can call 1-800-222-6514.

There are two ways to report: anonymously, and by giving your name. If you give your name, you will receive the report back on what happened and what action is been taken by Alberta Environment on your issue. If you prefer to be anonymous, please still make the call, but let one of our Keepers staff know about the situation. It is possible that Keepers can also make a report on your issue, so that we may receive the reports back on action taken. By calling this reporting hotline, you will ensure that a file is started, and that government action is taken on your issue. By letting Keepers know, we can work with you on strategy or getting publicity.