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Stewards in Motion— Oldman Watershed

Mar 12 2015 - 9:30am - 4:30pm

Transforming collaboration to advance lo​cal stewardship efforts

This interactive event gives participants the opportunity to actively learn, share, and engage in collaborative dialogue across sectors. Using the newly developed environmental stewardship framework, participants will:

  • Learn how stewardship and resource management principles can more effectively be incorporated into the land-use planning and development process
  • Identify and discuss local potential projects that would benefit from applying this approach, then develop a process for implementation
  • Share results, identify opportunities, needs and gaps in the region

Stewards in Motion is brought to you by Alberta Stewardship Network, a program of Land Stewardship Centre, in partnership with the Oldman Watershed Council, Environmental Law Centre and Miistakis Institute.

Travel and registration subsidies are available for volunteer community stewards who attend the event. Email asn [at] landstewardship [dot] org for more information.


Venue to be determined Fort McLeod or Claresholm, AB

Posted February 4, 2015 by AEN

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