SYNERGY WPAC AIRSHED
LICA is a community-based not-for-profit association that is a Synergy Group, the Watershed Planning and Advisory Council (WPAC) for the Beaver River Watershed, and an Airshed Zone. LICA focuses on environmental monitoring, environmental management, and community education and outreach.
February 11, 2021: LICA’s Winter 2021 Newsletter is now available.
February 9, 2021: LICA – Environmental Stewards is in the process of creating an ad-hoc Boundary Change Advisory Committee (BCAC) to review and assess potential opportunities to expand the LICA boundary. We are now looking for individuals interested in participating on this committee and making their mark!
The Terms of Reference for the BCAC, including roles and responsibilities of members, is attached for your reference. As LICA takes pride in being a multi- stakeholder association, we are seeking diverse representation on the BCAC which includes, but is not limited to, the following sectors:
· Community Members
· Non-Government Environmental Groups
· Indigenous (First Nations and Métis)
· Government (both Provincial and Municipal)
To apply, please put your name forward with the sector you wish to represent by February 24, 2021, to:
Kristina Martel, LICA Executive Director
Via email: email@example.com or phone at 780-812-2182.
(Quote “BCAC Call for Members” in subject line)
All applications will be reviewed and considered by the LICA Board of Directors. Thank you for your interest and we look forward to working with new and existing faces!
November 26, 2020: Our 2020 photo contest album is complete!
November 12, 2020: LICA’s 2020 Fall Newsletter is now available.
September 10, 2020: LICA’s 2019-2020 Annual Report is now available for viewing!
Events Calendar – Month View
Air Quality Health Index
Mar 4, 2021, 2:00am
Mar 4, 2021, 1:00am
Mar 4, 2021, 2:00am
The Air Quality Health Index (AQHI) helps you understand what the air quality around you means to your health. The AQHI is a tool that relates the air quality outside to your health, using a scale from 1 to 10. The lower the number, the lower the risk. The AQHI is determined for locations across Alberta; current values and forecasts can be on this website.
LICA’s Maskwa Monitoring Station is identified as “Marie Lake” on the above website.