2009 BC Ground Water Association Convention & Tradeshow

Rainwater Management and Green Infrastructure: Reduce Your ‘Hydrologic Footprint’ and Protect Stream Health

“In speaking to a groundwater-oriented audience, my objective was to connect the dots between land development activities and groundwater protection. In particular, I wanted to eatablish the relevance of the hydrologic footprint concept. The equation is a simple one: reducing our hydrologic footprint is good for the groundwater resource,” stated Kim Stephens.

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BC Ground Water Association’s 2009 Convention includes a session on water-centric planning in BC

The convention technical program includes a session on water sustainability initiatives in British Columbia. “Ground water is an important component of the debate on sustainable use of natural resources . Protecting ground water resources…quality and quantity…for future generations is essential. The convention techncial sessions will address the question: ‘are we doing enough to safeguard our ground water resources for the future?’” states Dr. Ineke Kalwij.

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