On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Eastern Irrigation District, I would like to thank Mr. George Murray V for his commitment and service to the District and its Water Users.
For the vacancy that this creates, Water Users in Division 7 – Rolling Hills can feel free to contact myself or any other director.
Ross Owen, Chairman
Board of Directors
To all irrigators of the Eastern Irrigation District, please be advised that the water shut down date for 2018 will be October 5.
Please ensure that all of your irrigation water needs have been met by this time.
To protect our reservoirs, the Eastern Irrigation District has implemented an Invasive Species Prevention Program.
To receive approval for access to any of our District waterbodies, please visit the EID Office to complete your mandatory watercraft information form.
Forms are also available at:
For more information go to www.eid.ca or call (403) 362-1400
Thank you for your cooperation in the shared use of our reservoirs.”
Saturday, August 18th at 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
Pre-registration is required; please call (403) 362-1400 by Thursday, August 16th, 5:00 p.m. to register. The tour cannot accommodate strollers, wheelchairs or anyone with limited mobility due to the nature of the facility.
In an effort to keep our Water Users informed of a very important topic that may impact our District, please find attached the recent Irrigation Council Appeal Panel Notice of Decision.
We will continue to keep you informed on this matter. Please direct further questions or concerns to Ivan Friesen, General Manager (362-1400).
Please be advised that May 1 of every year is the deadline to remove ice fishing shelters from Eastern Irrigation District owned land. Any ice fishing shelters found on Eastern Irrigation District owned land after May 31 will be considered abandoned.
If you have questions please contact Eastern Irrigation District at 403-362-1400.
The Eastern Irrigation District would like to thank for you in advance for your continued co-operation!
The purpose of this program is to increase water savings and reduce energy use in irrigated agriculture by assisting producers with the purchase of more efficient irrigation equipment and systems.
This program assists producers with eligible costs incurred for the purchase and installation of a new low-pressure centre (LPCP) pivot irrigation system, a drip irrigation system or an upgrade of an existing irrigation system.
40% of the eligible costs, up to a maximum of $5,000, for:
$15,000 of the eligible costs for an upgrade on the parcel from a gravity, side-wheel or high-pressure centre pivot irrigation system to a new LPCP system or a subsurface drip irrigation system.
This short online course was designed for anyone interested in Alberta's wetlands, and will teach:
The course launches on March 1, 2018
For more details, or to register: www.SALMTEC.com