Explore the ways we use water for sanitation, industry, recreation, and consumption. We discuss ecological, Indigenous and climate change impacts on water throughout Canada. We will dive into your local water waterways and learn how to help protect them.
Where Water Flows helps to explain the relationship between people and water. This workshop defines water and its importance in the hydrological cycle. The hydrological cycle is the scientific study of the movement, distribution, and management of water on Earth including the water cycle, water resources, and environmental watershed sustainability.
We explore the different uses of water including; agricultural, recreational, industrial, and residential. Both municipal water supply and waste water treatment are described in a step-by-step process. The workshop also goes over important water facts about your geographic region providing information on water supply, climate change strategies and population impacts. Where Water Flows ends with sharing steps that we can take home to better protect our water.
This program is currently available for free for specific regions, please inquire about this when registering.