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CVCP – Eco Asset Symposium 2018-08-28T20:40:58+00:00

2017 ECO-ASSET MANAGEMENT SYMPOSIUM

The full-day workshop highlighted the history of eco-asset management in BC, and delved into details about how eco-assets in the upper, middle and lower watershed provide ecological services to our communities and how these services could be valued and accounted for in asset management systems. Expert presenters provided information on topics such as drinking water quality and quantity, flood prevention and mitigation, stormwater and sewage effluent management, and sea-level rise. Working sessions followed where community members applied their professional skills and knowledge in a collaborative fashion to explore options for eco-asset management in the Comox Valley.

More Details at Projectwatershed.ca

NOTES AND READING MATERIALS

March 14th Keynote Presentation

Bob Sandford – The Hard Work Of Hope

March 15th Keynote Presentation

Kim Stephens – Opening Address
Cori L. Barraclough – Comox Lake Watershed Water Quality
Andrew Gower – Middle Watershed
Emanuel Machado – Middle Watershed
Jennifer Sutherst – Lower Watershed
John Readshaw – Lower Watershed
Molnar Dumont Stephens – Eco-Asset Management
Jim Dumont – Ecological Accounting Protocols

Cascade Tool Assessments and Action Planning Notes

WATERSHED WORKSHOP – CASCADE TOOL ASSESSMENT NOTES
WATERSHED WORKSHOP – ACTION SUMMARY

Environment Canada Ecological Asset Assessment Tool Kit

Environment Canada – Ecological Services Toolkit

PRESENTED BY THE COMOX VALLEY LAND TRUST AND PROJECT WATERSHED

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