REGISTER NOW for seminar on “Sustainable Rainwater Management: Mimic the Water Balance to Protect Watershed & Stream Health!” (on September 19, 2013 in Vancouver)
Note to Reader:
On September 19, 2013 the Partnership for Water Sustainability in BC and the Association of Professional Engineers & Geoscientists of BC (APEGBC) are partnering to offer a seminar that integrates regulatory, historical, local government, science and technology perspectives on the subject of Sustainable Rainwater Management in British Columbia. To register for the seminar, visit the APEGBC website: click here.
The seminar program comprises six modules. To learn more about the scope and educational objective of each, click on Program Overview to download a concise synopsis.
Mimic the Water Balance to Protect Watershed and Stream Health!
“Do you wonder what “sustainable rainwater management in a watershed context” looks like on the ground? Then register now for the seminar on Sustainable Rainwater Management: Mimic the Water Balance to Protect Watershed and Stream Health,” urges Tim Pringle, President of the Partnership for Water Sustainability in British Columbia.
“Engineering infrastructure, community planning and environmental professionals can all learn from the proven experience of two municipalities that are leading change in the Metro Vancouver region, namely: District of North Vancouver and City of Coquitlam.”
How To Register:
To help municipalities better understand ‘sustainable rainwater management’, the Partnership and APEGBC (Association of Professional Engineers of British Columbia) are partnering to offer a seminar on September 19, 2013. For details of the seminar program and registration information, click here to access the registration page on the APEGBC website.
To download a copy of the Program Overview, click on this link to 2013 Metro Vancouver Seminar on Sustainable Rainwater Management. This 2-page flyer elaborates on each of the six modules that together provide a comprehensive and complete picture of the regulatory, historical, local government, science and technology perspectives..