Prairie Water Virtual APM 2022
Thanks to everyone who came to our 5th Annual Partners Meeting for the Prairie Water project!
For those who couldn't make it, you can watch the presentations from the research theme leads below, as well as access much of the meeting information, and recent research outputs.
This page serves as the homepage for the meeting. Below, you will find a 'Primer for Discussions' document, meeting agenda ,and other information that gives an idea of where we are with the science. With the challenges we have all been experiencing meeting in person, the opportunity to engage with you virtually is more important to us than ever.
For this year's APM, we want to set a strong foundation for expanding collaborations and parnershipsactivities. Our focus will be on starting conversations around how we can work together to put Prairie Water research products into the hands of water managers and users on the prairies. To help you come prepared with questions and discussion points, we have put together a short summary of the progress of the Prairie Water project and its three research teams. We have also included questions that we would like you to consider before coming to the APM.
We ask that you read the summary document and give thought to how Prairie Water research outputs does, does not, or might relate to your work. If you have the chance, we welcome some feedback before the meeting, which we will try to incorporate into the structure of the meeting.
If you would like more information on Prairie Water's research, we encourage you to look through some of the links below.
In order for us to do our work, we would like to acknowledge support from the Global Institute for Water Security and the Global Water Futures program. We encourage you to also check out their websites to learn about the many other ongoing water-related projects occurring within Canada and beyond.
We hope to see you on the 17th of February!
We would like to acknowledge that we come together virtually from many lands and locations. The Prairie Water project is situated on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis. We pay our respect to the First Nations and Métis ancestors of this land and reaffirm our relationships with one another.
We acknowledge that our collaborators also come from Treaty 2, Treaty 4, and Treaty 7 Territories. We invite you to reflect on the history of the land in which you come from, our relationships, and shared responsibility.
Links to further information
Below are links to documents and videos illustrating some of Prairie Water's project progress, research outputs, and workshops. If you have any difficulty accessing any of these resources, please email email@example.com
Collaboration and integration across Prairie Water teams
Aquatic Ecosystem health
Workshop presentations and reports