Get Involved... Join Us Today

Become a member of the only group which represents residents from all around Pigeon Lake and its watershed. Get formed and, as you can, directly involved in the enhancement and protection of Pigeon Lake and its watershed.

Membership enables you to:
 - support important projects that require collective action for the health of the lake;
 - have a voice in the Pigeon Lake Watershed Management Plan;
 - ensure sustainable development recommendations for development applications;
 - increase the weight of our collective voice on issues that require us to advocate to all levels and types of government;
 - stay informed on current situations that could impact the health of the lake; and
 - ensure that the PLWA is able to do all we can for the health of the lake. 

How to Become A Member

PLWA Membership is a one-time fee (no annual renewal necessary)

Individual Membership: $10.00
Family Membership: $20.00
(Family Memberships include up to two adults and all children residing at the same address)

Both the family and individual memberships represent one vote.

To become a member, you may either:

 1. Use the online system to register and pay using a major credit card or PayPal account; or

 2. Download and print the Membership Brochure and send with a cheque for membership fees to:

Pigeon Lake Watershed Association
Box 1353
Calmar, Alberta
T0C 0V0

If you are a farm operator or a business owner please tell us so that we can forward specific information to you.

While there is no annual renewal fee, please consider a yearly donation.

If you have any questions about becoming a member please email:


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ENDOWMENT FUND: Pigeon Lake Watershed Association has a Family of Endowed Funds with the Edmonton Community Foundation. To contribute, please contact Noel Xavier at

PLWA Charitable BN/Registration Number
85541 4785 RR 0001


Pigeon Lake Watershed Association
P.O. Box 1353
Calmar, Alberta
T0C 0V0


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