The BC Ministry of Environment and the federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans held two workshops in 2005 to increase awareness of Species at Risk issues. Kim Stephens was a featured speaker at both events. His presentations were titled “Green Infrastructure & the Water Balance Model: A Tool for Designing with Nature”.
“We are excited to demonstrate that industry is doing its part to rise to the challenge of providing practical solutions to on-the-ground drainage issues,” stated Keith Lumby. The Water Sustainability Action Plan provided context for two learning events that were organized by the EMCO Corporation and held in Kelowna and Kamloops in 2005 during the October/November period.