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PARLBY CREEK-BUFFALO LAKE WATER MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OPERATIONS OVERVIEW

In 1992, an Interim License under the Water Resources Act was granted for the diversion of water from the Red Deer River to stabilize Buffalo Lake within its historic lake levels. One of the conditions of the license is the development of an operational strategy for the Project.

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

The Parlby Creek-Buffalo Lake Water Management system consists of two major components. The Parlby Creek portion acts as the water conveyance system to divert water from the Red Deer River into Buffalo Lake. Buffalo Lake is the receiving waterbody that makes up the second component of the system.

The water management system includes:

The Operations Plan was developed in consultation with landowners, stakeholders and interested members of the public through ongoing Advisory Committee meetings, as well as a series of stakeholder meetings and public open houses.

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The Operations Plan was developed in consultation with landowners, stakeholders and interested members of the public through ongoing Advisory Committee meetings, as well as a series of stakeholder meetings and public open houses.

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