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The Benefits of Green Shores: Two Projects Start to Finish
January 24, 11am-12pm PST
How can Green Shores® help minimize the impacts of new developments and restore shoreline ecosystem function? This webinar is for land-use professionals, local government staff, provincial government staff, and others who would like to understand how Green Shores could benefit shoreline resilience in their communities. Register here!
WEBINAR: Addressing Flood in Nisga'a
Hear about how the Laxgalts'ap Village has addressed flood risk in their community through current zoning, historic placement, and other measures. This webinar will be of interest to First Nations communities and small communities who are looking to prevent flood-related damage and adapt to flood risk.
Looking for event summaries or slide decks from past adaptation workshops? Check our news page for:
Under the BC RAC project, Fraser Basin Council has been hosting adaptation webinars with focus on case studies, tools and plans. Webinar recordings are available on FBC youtube channel.