MUNICIPAL WETLANDS DATA WORKSHOP

USING WETLANDS DATA IN MUNICIPAL PLANNING AND WETLAND CONSERVATION

 

A problem faced by many (all?) municipalities in the Bow River Basin – urban or rural - is that wetlands data is either unavailable or inappropriate to meet their needs for municipal planning and wetland conservation.

 

The Miistakis Institute is convening a workshop for municipal personnel in the Bow River Basin to collectively better understand what the wetlands data challenges are, and to collaboratively plot a course forward to address these needs.

 

The day will involve presentations on the current situation, working sessions to clarify municipal needs, and end with an effort to frame a strategy for securing municipally-relevant wetlands data.

WETLANDS, DATA, AND MUNICIPAL PLANNING

WORKSHOP PRESENTERS

 

REPORTS and WORKSHOP MATERIALS

 

WORKSHOP BACKGROUND REPORTS AND AGENDA

WORKSHOP PRESENTATIONS AND FOLLOW-UP REPORTS

FINAL WETLAND DATA STRATEGY

THANK YOU SPONSORS

THANK YOU TO OUR PROJECT FUNDER

READY FOR the MUNICIPAL WETLANDS DATA WORKSHOP

 

CONTACT US

MIISTAKIS INSTITUTE

MOUNT ROYAL UNIVERSITY

4825 MOUNT ROYAL GATE SW

CALGARY, AB T3E 6K6

WWW.ROCKIES.CA

QUESTIONS? CALL GUY GREENAWAY AT (403) 440-8444

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The Roderick Mah Centre for Continuous Learning (MRU Continuing Education)

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