Alberta marks World Water Day with $12M for watersheds

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Alberta marks World Water Day with $12M for watersheds

Alberta’s NDP government marked World Water Day by announcing a $12-million commitment to support the work done by several groups to protect the province’s watersheds.

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What’s the best way to protect the environment? Treat it like a person. Literall…

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What’s the best way to protect the environment? Treat it like a person. Literally.

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Join CANARM for our two day rainwater harvesting workshop April 2017 on Vancouve…

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Join CANARM for our two day rainwater harvesting workshop April 2017 on Vancouver Island.

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www.canarm.org/events


2-day Rainwater Harvesting workshop, Victoria, BC, April 6-7
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Comments (0) / March 6, 2017 /

Rainwater collection

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Rainwater collection

Learn how to collect and store rainwater for various uses.

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Comments (0) / March 1, 2017 /

Canadian Association for Rainwater Management

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Canadian Association for Rainwater Management

Government of Alberta to release the Draft Water Reuse and Stormwater Use Policy Spring 2017

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Comments (0) / February 28, 2017 /

Green Infrastructure: Why implement it in Alberta?

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Green Infrastructure: Why implement it in Alberta?

Traditionally, stormwater has been regarded as a wastewater product – conveyed off land to receiving waters through grey infrastructure via pipes,…

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’Estimates of convenience’: Researcher says Alberta spills data too positive

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’Estimates of convenience’: Researcher says Alberta spills data too positive

A researcher says the agency that monitors Alberta’s energy industry has underestimated the impact of tens of thousands of spills going back decades. Kevin Timoney, an Edmonton-area consulting…

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Comments (0) / February 7, 2017 /

Permaculture Gives Hope in Today’s Challenging World – The Permaculture Research Institute

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Permaculture Gives Hope in Today’s Challenging World – The Permaculture Research Institute

As it was in Charles Dickens’ famous novel A Tale of Two Cities, we can say that we’re now living in the best of times and in the worst of times. While there are many advantages that living in the modern world affords many of us, such as life saving medicines, we are also facing unprecedented challe…

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