2018 Winter Webinar Recordings

2018 Webinars

The 2018 KCP Winter Webinar Series focused on the theme of “Grassland to Wetlands: Connecting Diversity”. You can access these webinar recordings by clicking on the links below:

 

Fire and Forests: What we need to know in the Kootenays 

ORIGINAL AIR DATE: Thursday, February 8, 10am-11am PST/11am-noon MST

Join forester John Cathro to learn about the importance of fire in healthy forest ecosystems, and strategies to manage for fire on private properties in the Kootenays.

CLICK HERE FOR THE WEBINAR RECORDING.

 

Fish and Wildlife Mapping: Tools everyone should know about 

ORIGINAL AIR DATE: Wednesday, February 28, 10am-11am PST/11am-noon MST

Do you want to be able to access fish and wildlife data for your projects? Or create maps with fish and wildlife locations? Join Ministry of Environment & Climate Change Strategy Fish and Wildlife Information Specialist Albert Chirico, R.P.Bio. to learn about data standards and requirements for submitting fish and wildlife data, a demonstration of BC Government digital libraries (CLIR, EcoCat and SIWE) and spatial tools (Habitat Wizard, iMap), and a look into what the future holds.

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BC Soil Information Finder Tool: Because what’s underground matters 

ORIGINAL AIR DATE: Thursday, March 8, 10am-11am PST/11am-noon MST

Join Deepa Filatow and David Poon from the BC Government to learn more about the SIFT tool that can help identify restoration sites and opportunities. This webinar is relevant for many sectors including agriculture, restoration and natural resource management.

CLICK HERE FOR THE WEBINAR RECORDING.

 

Lentic and Lotic Riparian Assessment: A standardized approach 

ORIGINAL AIR DATE: Monday, March 12, 10am-11am PST/11am-noon MST

Did you miss the lentic and lotic workshop in the Kootenays last summer? Did you attend and would like a refresher? Join Dr. Paul Hansen to learn about a set of tools for collecting standardized site inventories and for assessing functional health of riparian and wetland sites. Since 1988, Dr. Hansen and his team have worked with a large number of North American organizations in a collaborative effort to create standardized forms for lotic and lentic wetland assessment. Learn about each of the seven forms, which have corresponding user manuals with discussions on proper application and explicit itemized instructions for their use. The information from this work is used extensively in riparian and wetland mitigation throughout North America and in parts of Europe.

This webinar was co-hosted by the Columbia Basin Watershed Network.

CLICK HERE FOR THE WEBINAR RECORDING.