The state of the water movement in British Columbia: a waterscape scan and needs assessment of B.C. watershed-based groups.
Morris, T. & Brandes, O. (July 2013) The state of the water movement in British Columbia: a waterscape scan and needs assessment of B.C. watershed-based groups. POLIS Project and BC Real Estate Foundation. This document is the first attempt in B.C. to collate the perspectives of the 230 non-profit, non-governmental organizations working to protect lakes, rivers, shorelines and other water resources in B.C. This report is an attempt to understand the collective vision of these groups and their needs.
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Summary & detailed descriptions of online water information resources.
Click here to be directed to BC's Living Water Smart website.
Click here to view Lee-Anne Walker's Masters Thesis, Royal Roads University 2009.
BC Hydro Environmental monitoring 2001-2006, published April 2009 .
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City of Fernie current and future plans for waste management, 2009.
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A powerpoint presentation by Allie Dickhout, Program Coordinator with the Elk River Alliance. Allie gives an overview of past results from the FLOW (Friends Living on Water) Conversations, Survey and Interviews (Winter 2011).
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A powerpoint presentation delivered by Lee-Anne Walker, Executive Director of the Elk River Alliance at the Elk River Watershed Dialogue (May 2012) explaining the various roles and responsibilities of water desicion makers.
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