April 13, 2023

Nature is gifted with a large toolbox and has a long history of effective water management worldwide, yet we continue to not take full advantage of these tools and breadth of expertise. Speakers will share insights on the value of nature-based solutions and, through case studies, comment on the learnings, success and impact of leveraging nature to address water challenges.

Speakers
Vic Adamowicz, Professor and Vice Dean; University of Alberta, Faculty of Agricultural, Life & Environmental Sciences
Danah Duke, Executive Director; Miistakis Institute, Rockies.ca
Alvin First Rider, Environmental Technician; Blood Tribe Land Management
Dr. Liese Coulter; Municipal Natural Assets Initiative, MNAI.ca

Originally aired April 13, 2023.

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