Join us during Canada Water Week for a series of events & activities to celebrate the waters that sustain our home!
Communities from coast-to-coast-to-coast are celebrating Canada Water Week from March 18-25, and the WaterWealth Project is bringing the festivities to the Fraser Valley and surrounding region.
Are you interested in learning more about water and joining a locally-driven campaign to protect our rivers, lakes and groundwater? Do you want to experiment with new high-tech mobile engagement technologies to create a live crowd-sourced story map of our home waters?
Does a free community supper, music and children’s activities in the heart of Hope sound like a recipe for a lovely Friday evening? Or are you simply in the mood for a thought-provoking film and popcorn admist people who care about protecting our home waters?
Check out our jam-packed schedule of events and activities to join us in bringing Canada Water Week to the Fraser Valley region.
Join us for two evening screenings of wonderful watery documentaries, followed by community discussions.
Join us in Hope for a night of local entertainment: music, open-mic (stories, poetry), children's activities, and food! Soup, stew, buns & bannock.
Come to get a sneak peak at our cutting-edge water widgets in our office, join us at one of our community mapping blitzes or come share your water story on our live crowd-sourced story map. With text-message word clouds, mobile story capture and data intelligence, we’re experimenting with new ways to understand what matters to people in the region, their concerns surrounding fresh water, and their thoughts on what is needed to ensure our home waters are protected.