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Advancing Watershed Sustainability

The Fraser Basin Council is working in collaboration with the BC Wildlife Federation on a three-year project to advance watershed conservation and sustainability in BC. The goal of the project is to educate British Columbians on the importance of watershed sustainability and protecting BC’s diverse and unique aquatic resources. It will also help to strengthen capacity in BC to achieve healthy, sustainable watersheds.

Reports, presentations, tools and resources have been developed or are in development on topics such as:

  • watershed health indicators and mapping
  • keys to successful watershed governance
  • funding and delivery models
  • watershed management activities and
  • natural resource practices.

The BC Wildlife Federation and FBC are pleased to share project papers and other materials as they are completed.


Advancing Watershed Sustainability: Year 1 Resources (2013-2014)


Advancing Watershed Sustainability: Year 2 Resources (2014-2015)


Presentations

  • The above slide deck includes the following presentations:
    • Introduction – Steve Litke, Fraser Basin Council
       
    • Collaborative Watershed Governance Keys to Success and Case Studies in BC – Theresa Fresco, Fraser Basin Council
       
    • Financial Mechanisms and Models for Collaborative Watershed Governance – Steve Litke, Fraser Basin Council
       
    • Natural Resource Practices Board – Al Martin, BCWF
 
Watershed Management Discussion Papers

For More Information

To learn more about this project, please contact:

 
Steve Litke 
604-488-5358
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Theresa Fresco 
604-488-5361
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Al Martin, Director of Strategic Initiatives
250-480-9694
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