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

Alberta Innovates

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