Wetlands BMP Knowledge Exchange Webinar

Thu Mar 21, 2019, Online, AB

Scott Ketcheson, NSERC Canada Research Chair in Hydrological Sustainability, Faculty of Science and Technology at Athabasca University will be presenting “Towards understanding the influence of headwater catchments on water availability in the Athabasca River Basin” on March 21st, 2019.

Registration for this free webinar can be found at: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/wetlands-bmp-knowledge-exchange-webinar-tick...

This event is part of the Wetland Best Management Practices Knowledge Exchange’s monthly webinar series.

The Knowledge Exchange provides a forum for sharing and exchanging boreal wetland BMP information with a network of industry, government, academic, consulting, not-for-profit, and other interested contacts from across the country. The Knowledge Exchange was developed to address a need for increased information transfer and collaboration that was identified by participants of the Wetlands Best Management Practices Workshop hosted by Ducks Unlimited Canada in January of 2016.

The Knowledge Exchange is supported and administered by Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) and membership is free and open to anyone who wishes to join, so please consider sharing this invitation with anyone you think might be interested in participating.You can subscribe to the Knowledge Exchange’s newsletter here to receive a monthly electronic newsletter covering wetland BMP events, studies, demonstrations, products, news, and other related information.

Please contact me if you have any questions about the Knowledge Exchange or any upcoming webinar.

Thank you.


For more information:

Contact Name: Jacob Bilodeau
Website: https://www.wetlandbmpexchange.com/webinar-series
Phone: 7809301261
E-mail: j_bilodeau (at) ducks.ca


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