Have training needs? Providing training?
The CBWN offers webinars, workshops, and helps to meet training needs for watershed groups across the Basin. We also broadcast learning opportunities through our Network. Let us know about your training needs, so we may link you with other groups with similar needs and capacities!!
Let us know what training your group is organizing, so we may share with our members!
Email us at cbwn.coordinator (at) gmail.com.
See here for information on STREAM (Sequencing the Rivers for Environmental Assessment and Monitoring), a new community-based project involving the collection of eDNA from rivers across Canada.
The Fourth CABIN Science Forum in Edmonton Alberta
Hosted by Environment Canada, Tuesday Feb 28 and Wednesday Mar 1, 2017
The goal was to provide CABIN partners and those interested in biological assessment an opportunity to learn and share their experiences, provide advice on the direction of the CABIN program, and interact and find collaborations with others.
POLIS Project on Ecological Governance: Water Sustainability Project
Creating a Blue Dialogue: Webinar Series Recordings
In a recording of the WSP’s June 2016 webinar, speakers highlight recent research and on-the-ground examples of watershed governance in action in B.C..”
Forum—Environmental Flow Needs in British Columbia February 2016
In February 2016, “The Forum on Environmental Flow Needs in British Columbia” convened to explore what is needed to implement an effective, world-class regime for the management of environmental flows in BC.
In a recording of the WSP’s January 2016 webinar, the speakers discuss insights from the POLIS research report “Awash with Opportunity: Ensuring the Sustainability of BC’s New Water Law.”
In a recording of the WSP’s October 2015 webinar, the speakers share insights on the critical importance of environmental flows protection and how to achieve it in Canada.
In a recording of the WSP’s September 2015 webinar, the speakers share the story behind the development of a historic transboundary water agreement in the Mackenzie River Basin.
In a recording of the WSP’s June 2015 webinar, the speakers discuss the importance of public participation in media engagement, particularly when it comes to influencing water policy and law reforms.
In a recording of the WSP’s May 2015 webinar, the speakers present a range of financial mechanisms and models that could be used to support collaborative approaches to watershed governance.