Boundary Watershed Webinars - Science & Learning

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Learn about the Kette River Watershed by watching one of our Science and Learn watershed webinars.

Learn about the Kette River Watershed by watching one of our Science and Learn watershed webinars.

  • Wetlands: Health and Restoration

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    Come join to hear Tom Biebighauser, Wildlife Biologist and Wetland Ecologist, speaking to the importance of wetlands, including what we can do to protect and restore them.


  • Aquatic Riparian Areas and Local Fisheries Information

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    Part 2 of the RDKB Riparian Areas discussion. Fisheries Biologist Natasha Lukey, Okanagan Nation Alliance, focuses on the aquatic components of riparian areas and protection and the organisms that rely on this land/water interaction; while Eric Hegerat, Fisheries Biologist from FLNRORD, speaks to the local Boundary region fisheries and aquatic invasive species.


  • Riparian Health and Protection

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    Come join the RDKB as we learn more about Riparian Areas in the Boundary region. Listen to two of our local biologists, Jenny Coleshill and Barb Stewart, share with us their years of experience working to protect our riparian areas, talk about what a riparian area is, why it is important and how can you tell if it’s healthy. Followed by Lee Hesketh, Program Manager for FRISP, BC Cattlemen's Association, sharing his decades of experience working to protect riparian areas and resource management, while supporting the agricultural community. Throughout the presentation, we will look at different protection areas, styles and lessons learned while doing this important work.



  • Health and Our Watershed

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    Join the RDKB and Interior Health Healthy Communities team to learn more about how the state of our watershed influences our health and the health of our Boundary communities. Hear how community watershed plans can help promote resiliency and protect watersheds. Presented by Interior Health Authority: Kady Hunter, Community Health Facilitator and Tara Stark, Public Health Dietician.



  • BEC Now and Into the Future

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    Check out the video below on the biogeoclimatic ecosystem-based classification system (BEC), focusing on our watersheds here in the Boundary region. Listen as Colin Mahony and Deb MacKillop walk us through what is the BEC system, how it is used, and BEC mapping for the Boundary watersheds. Colin follows up with how BEC zones could shift based on the climate change projections.



  • What's Climate Got To Do With it?

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    Pacific Climate Impact Consortium (PCIC) outlines how to interpret the climate change story, tools and projections for the Boundary Region.


Page published: 10 March 2021, 17:43