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Collaborative Learning and Community Based Ecosystem Management in the Saco Watershed Collaborative
The Saco River watershed in the Northeastern USA provides vital ecosystem services such as farming, drinking water for over 250,000 people, recreational fishing, forestry, and habitat for endangered Atlantic salmon. Protecting watersheds is critical to any community but how do you get all the different and competing interests to work together to create a watershed protection plan that everyone supports and government will implement?
With Dr. Christine Feurt, Coastal Training Program Coordinator for the Wells Estuarine Research Reserve and the Director of the Center for Sustainable Communities at the University of New England
Date and time: 14 March 2018 at 10:30-12:00
Place: SLU Ultuna Aulan
The seminar is organised by the SLU Future Food platform, the Department of Urban and Rural Development and Water Forum.