Fall member meeting: agenda

Featuring the just-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 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.Audio and handbook coming soon!

CIER-POLIS – handbook presentation.

Afternoon session – slides and audio available here

Columbia Basin Watershed Network presentation

CBWN/ Selkirk College – intro to summer mapping program

Columbia Shuswap Invasive Species Society – Bullfrog mapping project

Living Lakes Canada – Flathead Summer Mapping Program

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 call of the American Bullfrog here!

Looking for speaker bios – here.

(Email cbwn.coordinator@gmail.com for contacts!)