What: Evolving Water Planning Processes in B.C.
Date: September 15th, 2016
Watershed planning processes are essential to watershed governance, as they bring together key rights-holders and interests to articulate a common vision, including priorities, problems, and management actions. In this webinar, speakers share insights on the important elements of a sound water use planning process, discuss experiences in Indigenous-led watershed planning and share highlights from the Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources “Watershed Planning Guidebook” series. This session was intended as lead-in to the Watersheds 2016 forum, which sought to build capacity in B.C.’s water community for effective watershed governance.
Lee Failing, Principal, Compass Resource Management
Kate Cave, Project Manager, Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources