The Jan/Feb 2018 edition of Innovation Magazine (Journal for the Engineers and Geoscientists of BC), recently featured an article by the Regional District of Nanaimo’s Drinking Water & WatershedThe geographic area of land that drains water to a shared destination. The boundary is determined topographically by ridges, or high elevation points. Water flows downhill, so mountains and ridge tops define watershed boundaries. Protection program coordinator Julie Pisani.
It highlights the collaborative and leading edge work done in this region’s watersheds and emphasizes the value of partnerships between government agencies, professionals, community members and industry in learning more about our water resources and acting to protect them.
If you are interested to engage more on this topic, consider attending the upcoming Nanaimo Water Stewardship Symposium on April 12th, 2018. More information and registration details, here.