Al-Pac's Don Pope looks at Integrated Landscape Management
From the Confronting Water Scarcity Conference, David Hill outlines water conservation for irrigation farmers
Economist Dr. Joel Bruneau puts a dollar value on water resources
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ITEM:1TITLE: Don Pope, Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries, Boyle AB
SUBJECT: #138 Integrated Landscape Management Update
SYNOPSIS: In the north, resource conflicts between forestry and energy developmentare being solved through the implementation of a new way of doing business. Al-Pac’s Don Pope updates the progress of Integrated Landscape Management.
ITEM:2TITLE: David Hill, Executive Director, Alberta Irrigation Projects Association and Co-chair “Confronting Water Scarcity”, Lethbridge
SUBJECT: #138 Confronting Water Scarcity - Irrigation Farming
SYNOPSIS: In the south, concern over water shortages and climate change continue to drive research into how irrigation communities can better manage their resources.
ITEM:3TITLE: Dr. Joel Bruneau, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University of Saskatchewan
SUBJECT: #138 Confronting Water Scarcity - Economic Value of Water
SYNOPSIS: Establishing an economic value for water resources and water usage is not an easy task, but it's critical to improving water management on the prairies