Water Sustainability & Green Infrastructure: Convening for Action in the Georgia Basin

Bowker Creek Forum creates an opportunity to connect five regional initiatives & move beyond pilot projects to implement a watershed objectives approach  
Local governments on Vancouver Island are demonstrating what can be accomplished through partnerships and collaboration. On February 23, 2010 in Victoria, the Bowker Creek Forum enabled participants to share lessons learned and connect the dots between five Georgia Basin initiatives.
“Once we know what we want our watersheds and neighbourhoods to look like, the next step is to decide what the tools are that will get us there. Metro Vancouver municipalities can learn from the Bowker Creek experience,” states Rémi Dubé, Acting Development Services Manager with the City of Surrey.
For more information, click on Bowker Creek Forum. Also, to learn more about a watershed objectives approach, click on Moving Beyond Pilot Projects: Convening for Action in Metro Vancouver.
News Release #2010-05
February 16, 2010

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