A survey of BC’s community-based water monitoring data management systems and their capabilities was carried out to assist Indigenous and non-Indigenous groups and their partners in taking steps to improve how they store, share, and use western science and Indigenous Knowledge related data. The project was conceived to fill a need among over 100 community-based … Read more CMI Guide: Data Management System Options for CBM Groups
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This Columbia Basin Water Hub report is featured as an example of how Living Lakes Canada and local communities recently created a community-based water data collaborative and hub for the Canadian portion of the Columbia Basin.
Through Co-development of Data Management Plans Collaborating with others and working together to create a data management plan can help alleviate many of the challenges stewardship groups and their collaborators currently face with regards to environmental monitoring. This guidebook will help stewardship groups and government agencies work together more efficiently and effectively, with the ultimate … Read more Improving Environmental Monitoring Collaborations
The Columbia Basin Water Hub is a central place for open water data, scientific research, and collaboration in the Canadian Columbia Basin. The Water Hub includes participants from stewardship groups, First Nations, governments, industry, and academia in a collaborative that coordinates water data collection, analysis, sharing and storage for the future. The collaborative is harnessing … Read more Columbia Basin Water Hub
Working to protect, restore and promote B.C.’s wetlands and watersheds The B.C. Wildlife Federation’s Wetlands Workforce project is a collaboration with conservation organizations and First Nations that deployed work-pods across British Columbia throughout 2021. Through these work-pods the project aims to improve riparian area habitat; monitor the effectiveness of wetland restoration sites; advance collaborative restoration … Read more Wetlands Workforce
The Streamkeepers Program was introduced by Fisheries and Oceans Canada in 1993, in an effort to support community volunteers who are interested in assessing, monitoring and improving their local waterways. The Streamkeepers Federation was launched in 1995 to support those same efforts, as well as distribute the Streamkeepers Handbook and Modules, and to provide training, … Read more Streamkeeper Database