The Water Data Hub Dialogue

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In collaboration with Living Lakes Canada, the Columbia Basin Watershed Network and the Columbia Basin Trust, Selkirk College is working to convene a dialogue on developing a regional Water Data Hub.

On November 29th and 30th we'll be in Invermere at the Copper Point Resort to discuss storage and access to Columbia Basin water data in a way that supports decision-making. With a variety of speakers and workshops we'll develop 3-D outcomes (decide, design, and do) to help guide a comprehensive Columbia Basin Water Monitoring Framework for Source Water Protection and an Open Source Water Data Hub.

For more information and registration, check out the Living Lakes event page and the Conference Program.

We look forward to seeing you there!