Fall member meeting: agenda

Featuring the soon-to-be-released           Handbook for Water Champions

How do local water champions gain influence and control in watershed decision-making? Thank you to Rosie Simms (bio) from the POLIS Water Sustainability Project and Natasha Overduin (bio) from the Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources for sharing the new Handbook for Water Champions: Strengthening Decision-Making and Collaboration for Healthy Watersheds. The Handbook will help watershed groups deepen their understanding of the “how-tos” of governance with practical advice and diagnostic tools.

See the slides POLIS-CIER. Audio coming soon!

Afternoon session – slides and audio available here

Columbia Basin Watershed Network presentation

CBWN/ Selkirk intro to summer mapping program

Living Lakes Canada – Flathead Summer Mapping Program

Columbia Shuswap Invasive Species Society – Bullfrog mapping project

Elk River Alliance – Community based monitoring program

Friends of Kootenay Lake – Lessons learned on transboundary relationships

Living Lakes Canada – groundwater monitoring program

Listen to the calls of the American Bullfrog here