“We can actually restore fish habitat and riparian areas, build refuge habitat, stabilize banks, stabilize sub-straits, and end up with a system that's going to be self-sustaining,” stated Jack Minard, Executive Director of the Comox Valley Land Trust.
articles for period 2011 thru 2015
Sooke is first community in British Columbia to integrate both rainwater and sanitary in a Liquid Waste Management Plan
“Sooke is proud of its natural environment. And as the first community in British Columbia to integrate both rainwater and sanitary in a liquid waste management plan, we now have the tools to protect the watersheds and the Sooke Harbour and Basin for future generations,” stated Mayor Janet Evans.
‘Design with Nature’ and Connect the Dots: Green Infrastructure, Water Sustainability and Watershed Health
“In both Canada and the United States, light bulbs are going on about the inter-connectedness of green infrastructure and water sustainability, and the implications for watershed health. In December 2010, the Clean Water America Alliance brought together green infrastructure leaders from around the United States at a conference on urban water sustainability leadership,” states Kim Stephens.
Trish Hall (120p) – Watersheds Watch Salmon Society
Watershed Watch has been providing input to the Living Water Smart Water Act Modernization Process, including recommendations for the allocation of water for fish.