Shared Waters, Challenges, and Solutions
September 19, 2019
A series of short talks that explored the status of water for fish and people, why it matters, and possible solutions to address challenges for meeting these needs. After the talks, explore the topics in more detail by talking to the speakers and visiting with the many partners working on solutions. Welcome Message Victor Johnson, Lummi Nation Councilman and Greg Ebe, Ag Water Board Member Shared Waters Water for Fish, Ned Currence, Nooksack Tribe Natural Resources Water for People, Andy Dunn, RH2 Engineering, Inc. Facing the Future, Victor Johnson, Lummi Nation Councilman and Greg Ebe, Ag Water Board Member Shared Challenges Access to Water, Tom Perkow Washington Dept. of Ecology A Changing Climate, Chris Elder, Whatcom County Planning and Development Services Competing Demands, Mark Personius, Whatcom County Planning and Development Services Shared Solutions A Framework for Shared Solutions, Henry Bierlink, Ag Water Board Director Exploring Solutions, Jim Bucknell, RH2 Engineering, Inc. Working as a Community, Victor Johnson, Lummi Nation Councilman and Greg Ebe, Ag Water Board Member Information Stations Talk to the speakers for more information covered during the talks. Explore actions local partners and organizations are taking to address water challenges.
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