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January 2018

CRED Talks (Columbia Region Ecological Discussions)

January 1 - May 4
Revelstoke Community Centre, 600 Campbell Ave
Revelstoke, V0E 2S0 Canada
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The Columbia Region Ecological Discussions include speakers addressing a diversity of topics such as science communication, active ecological management, citizen science, research skills and techniques and the influences that our natural environment has on art and culture. For more info click here.

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Call for Presentations for the Interdisciplinary Approaches to Managing Health of Fish and Wildlife Conference

January 19
Kimberly Conference Centre, 290 North Star Blvd.
Kimberly, British Columbia V1A 2Y5 Canada
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A call for presentations for the "Interdisciplinary Approaches to Managing Health of Fish and Wildlife" Hosted by the Columbia Mountains Institute of Applied Ecology, this conference will provide an opportunity for improved dialogue among experts; First Nations, veterinarians, academics, epidemiologists, wildlife biologists, stakeholders, managers, stewardship groups, and the public to ensure proactive conservation of wildlife populations. The deadline for presentations is January 19, 2018.  The conference will be held May 1st - May 2nd, 2018 in Kimberly, BC Click here…

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Webinar: The State of the Environmental Workforce in Canada

January 22 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
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A presentation on ECO Canada’s latest research release on the landscape of the environmental workforce. In this free, 1-hour webinar, you will get the latest information on environmental employment and the skills employers are looking for. Key findings and insights you will learn: Where environmental professionals work and what occupations are in demand What skills and competencies will make you a more desirable candidate Growth projections for the next six years Trends that are reshaping future demand in environmental sub-sector For more information and to register…

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Taste the Wild

January 27
Rod and Gun Club, Nelson BC, 801 Railway St
Nelson, BC V1L 1H6 Canada
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The Kootenay Native Plant Society is holding a gala evening with a tasting menu featuring camas and other wild foods, presentations celebrating camas restoration in the West Kootenay, and a silent auction. All proceeds will support the Camas Conservation Area in Millennium Park, Castlegar. KNPS is also looking for sponsors and donations for the silent auction. KNPS is also looking for event sponsors and silent auction donations. Click here for more information.

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Webinar: National Stormwater Calculator for Managing Runoff Using Green Infrastructure: Addition of a Cost Module and a Mobile Web App

January 31 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

EPA's Office of Research and Development hosts this webinar series to share current research and results. Through innovative science and engineering, EPA’s researchers are developing cost-effective, sustainable solutions to 21st century complex water issues.

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February 2018

Trend Analysis and Environmental Impact Assessment Course

February 7 @ 8:00 am - February 9 @ 5:00 pm
Okanagan College, 1401 1 St W
Revelstoke, British Columbia V0E 2S0 Canada
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Environmental impact assessments want to know if trends over time differ between control and impact sites. Statistical methods for the analysis of trends over time use many of the same methods as the analysis of experimental data (e.g. ANOVA, regression) but must now deal with problems such as autocorrelation and process error. *This course can accommodate students using both R and JMP software. Click here for more information.

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

February 8 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
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  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. For more information click here.

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Below Zero Workshop HCTF Education

February 9
Nelson, BC Nelson, BC Canada + Google Map

The WildBC Below Zero workshop will take you outside for a close look at how life survives the Canadian winter in your area. Participants will learn about adaptations of local plant and wildlife species, as well as winter ecology and responsible human actions, through the fun, interactive activities in the Below Zero Activity Guide. Designed for educators who want to awaken their learners to an appreciation of the uniqueness of the winter season, plant and wildlife adaptations, habitat and ecological…

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Columbia Basin Agricultural Forum

February 27 - February 28
Cranbrook Cranbrook, BC Canada + Google Map

The Columbia Basin has a vibrant food and agriculture sector. You are invited to join us to explore regional agriculture issues, share ideas and knowledge, and build connections with others in the agriculture sector. Agriculture producers in the region have identified that a key challenge is getting products to market. During this interactive two-day event, attendees will discuss and generate strategies, explore options and define what is needed to support market development for food and agriculture in the Basin. Key…

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Webinar: Fish and Wildlife Mapping: Tools everyone should know about

February 28 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
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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. For more info and…

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