Community Science Workshop: Biomonitoring in the Bow
|November 4, 2022 at 8:30 am to 3:00 pm (OPEN TO THE PUBLIC - Coffee/networking time from 8:30am-9:00am, then speakers start at 9:00am) (America/Edmonton)|
|Bow River Rooms at the City of Calgary Water Centre (625 25 Ave SE, Calgary, AB)|
Join the Bow River Basin Council for our second Community Science Workshop, planned in partnership with Living Lakes Canada: Biomonitoring in the Bow. This workshop is for anyone and everyone interested in biomonitoring and community science to learn more about biomonitoring protocols, network with other like-minded organizations, and have your questions answered. Catered lunch will be provided.
The agenda will consist of morning presentations, with an afternoon full of interactive workshop sessions! Full agenda to be announced soon.
- Emily McIvor, Environment and Climate Change Canada
- Sofie Forsström, Oldman Watershed Council
- David Barrett and Aphra Sutherland, University of Calgary
- Cal Hill, Ghost Watershed Alliance Society
- Flora Giesbrecht, Elbow River Watershed Partnership
- Marina Krainer, Ghost Watershed Alliance Society, Elbow River Watershed Partnership
This workshop is designed for individuals and organizations interested in learning more about biomonitoring and meeting likeminded people to facilitate learning and collaboration opportunities. Capacity is limited to 40 attendees, so please ensure that you register to attend and cancel your registration if you cannot make it.
This workshop will be held in the Bow River Rooms at the City of Calgary Water Centre (625 25 Ave SE, Calgary, AB) on November 4, 2022. Parking is available. However, the BRBC encourages low carbon transportation!