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LNID Reduction in Flow – September 30, 2017

Please be advised that on September 30, 2017, Alberta Environment & Parks will be significantly reducing the amount of water diverted from the Oldman River for the LNID, to facilitate an assessment of the LNID diversion structure for maintenance and repair purposes. All water users are encouraged to fill their dugouts and to commence any planned fall irrigation, as soon as possible, as the water supply will be very limited between September 30, 2017 and water shutdown during the first week in October 2017.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

If you have any questions or require further clarifications please contact Gary Burke, Classifications/Network Technician at our office (403 327-3302).


MISSION STATEMENT

To provide the best, most efficient water delivery system at the lowest possible cost to the water users, while ensuring good stewardship for the environment and our natural resources.


NOTICE OF WEED CONTROL TREATMENTS

Click here for dates and locations of the LNID 2017 weed control program.


AQUATIC INVASIVE SPECIES

Aquatic Invasive Species pose a very real threat to Alberta's waterways and irrigation canals pipelines and reservoirs.

For more information go to http://crownmanagers.org/aquatic-invasive-species

Or view our links page for more information.
Clean - Drain - Dry your boat and recreational gear.


IRRIGATION ACRES & WATER CONVEYANCE

The LNID currently has expansion Irrigation Acres (Water Rights) available for sale. The deadline for applications for new parcels in 2018 is August 31, 2017. Contact the office for further information.

Water Conveyance agreements are also available for purposes other than irrigation such as municipal, agricultural, commercial, industrial, management of fish, management of wildlife, habitat enhancement, and recreation. Water for the purpose of injecting into the ground to enhance oil or gas production is prohibited.

View the Rates page for more information.


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September 22, 2017
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