Offered by KDA (connections to CANARM, ARCSA, Gaia College, Pacific Design Academy, SOUL) – Dec 9th 10am-12pm: A short overview of RWH for residential and small commercial operations in the Cowichan Valley. The planning process, and potential uses for captured rainwater, will be explored. A Q&A peri…
Texas, Florida, Georgia and Mississippi are among the states most at risk from climate change
ARCSA AP training workshop coming up in Port Alberni this coming Jan. 2018
University of Alberta researchers are tackling the problem of rural and agricultural water testing with a handheld sensor that can detect E. coli in situ.
[fb_vid id=”1622291821168978″]It’s the time of year when people start reaching for the road salt. If you see chunks of salt sitting on bare pavement, this means too much has been applied – it won’t do anything useful and will just be washed off into soils and waterways. Encourage your municipality and local businesses to be #smartaboutsalt and avoid oversalting.
As researchers and engineers analyze the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, it’s becoming clear that Houston’s runaway development had a big role to play in flooding.
Algal blooms are a frequent and wide-spread problem that is hurting the Ontario economy, threatening human and ecological health, and Ontario’s Environmental Commissioner is demanding that provincial ministries do more to protect our waters from the nutrient pollution that drives the blooms.
America has a $3.6 trillion infrastructure problem—but no clear solution. “Green infrastructure” can often provide the same services as traditional manmade structures at less cost with bonus benefits for the environment.
FARGO, N.D. — Jeff Penner isn’t selling a machine so much as he’s selling a concept. He’s showing farmers how to achieve good drainage without […]