ALMS 19th Annual Workshop
Water: where we live, work and play
Join us in Alberta's Lakeland to learn about the management of water quality and quantity in the Beaver River Watershed as well as management of land uses that will impact or affect this region's freshwater resources.
1. Water usage and management
2. Planning for Healthy Watersheds
3. Lake Management and Water Quality concerns
Date and Location:
Thursday, September 27 to Saturday, September 29, 2011
Lakeland Inn, Cold Lake Alberta
Individuals, municipalities, stewardship groups, academics, consultants, governments and industry representatives living, working or playing in this watershed. This workshop will provide a venue to discuss technical aspects of lake and watershed management as well as suggesting practical solutions to problems. There will also be ample opportunity for people of various interests and background to share information and forge relationships for future collaborations.
Lakeland Inn – discounted rate for workshop attendees. Call (780) 594-3311 for reservations.
When & Where
Alberta Lake Management Society
The purpose of ALMS is to promote understanding and comprehensive management of lakes and reservoirs and their watersheds. Visit www.alms.ca for more information or call 780.702.2567.