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 May Webinar
May 18, 2021 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
A Very Visual Field Guide for Wetland Classification in Alberta
Presented by Catherine Brown, Ducks Unlimited Canada
Wetlands are an integral part of Alberta’s landscape and provide a critical role in maintaining healthy watersheds, providing habitat for waterfowl and other wildlife, maintaining upland forests, and providing many other ecosystem services and benefits. A fundamental understanding of wetlands and their functions is key to promoting conservation of Alberta’s wetlands with the people who are working on the landscape – land users and land managers. With funding and support from Alberta Innovates, the Alberta North American Waterfowl Management Plan Partnership, and the Prairie Habitat Joint Venture, Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) is leading the development of a plain-language field guide based on the Alberta Wetland Classification System (AWCS). The field guide is aptly titled the Alberta Wetland Classification System Field Guide and will be released in spring 2021. The guide contains decision keys, photographs, illustrations, wetland fact sheets, and plant identification sheets, all formatted and designed for optimizing wetland identification and classification while in the field/working on the landscape.
Join us for an overview of the AWCS Field Guide, where we will discuss further background on the project, along with wetland identification/classification based on the AWCS.
Please register here .