June 15, 2021
You are invited to the Red Deer River Watershed Alliance’s Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, June 15th from 9:30 am to 12:00 pm. This event is free to attend and will be held via Zoom.
The meeting will feature a keynote presentation from Dr. Monica Emelko (University of Waterloo) and Dr. Uldis Silins (University of Alberta), focused on the effects of landscape disturbances on Alberta’s water supplies and strategies for source water protection. This will be followed by the Annual General Meeting business, featuring an update from the RDRWA, Board elections, and plans for 2021/22.
Please register online or by emailing info (@) rdrwa.ca.
The RDRWA Events Calendar allows the Red Deer River Watershed Alliance and the community to post events that focus on watershed management and other water or land-related topics in a common location to be viewed by the public. Do you have a comment, question, or need help with accessing or submitting an event to the calendar? Contact: info (at ) rdrwa.ca or call: 403-340-7379.
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Wetland Knowledge Exchange’s monthly webinar series
March 23, 2021 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Floods, carbon, ducks, and trails: Quantifying and communicating wetland ecosystem services in Atlantic Canada
Presented by Emma Bocking, Ducks Unlimited Canada
Rapid functional assessment tools like WESP (Wetland Ecosystem Services Protocol) give the ability to quantify several wetland functions and benefits, such as water storage, carbon sequestration and public use. The next step is to communicate the value of these functions to different stakeholders. Using examples from DUC’s work in Atlantic Canada, we’ll explore the use of WESP in a land-use planning context, the need to prioritize the conservation of wetland sites based on stakeholder preference; and how to communicate wetland ecosystem services to project partners and the public.
Registration for this free webinar can be found at: https://bit.ly/2MtvQHQ
This events is part of the Wetland Knowledge Exchange’s monthly webinar series.