Water for Agriculture - Webinar

The Voluntary Stewardship Program: Engaging Diverse Interests to Resolve Conflict Over Preserving Agriculture and Protecting Natural Resources

January 29, 2019

The Voluntary Stewardship Program: Engaging Diverse Interests to Resolve Conflict Over Preserving Agriculture and Protecting Natural Resources
Presenter: Michael Kern, Assoc. Prof. of Extension at Washington State University, Affiliate Associate Professor, University of Washington’s Evans School of Public Policy and Governance, and Director of the William D. Ruckelshaus Center. Professor Kern is also a member of the Water for Agriculture Advisory Committee

AN ON-THE-GROUND EXAMPLE OF WHAT IT CAN LOOK LIKE WHEN DIVERSE INTERESTS ARE ENGAGED IN A COLLABORATIVE PROCESS TO ADDRESS ISSUES AROUND PRESERVING AGRICULTURE, WHILE PROTECTING NATURAL RESOURCES LIKE WATER AND FISH

WEBINAR DATE: FEBRUARY 19, 2019, 1:00-2:00 P.M. (ET)
HTTPS://PSU.ZOOM.US/J/920052044
MEETING ID: 920-052-044

This webinar is the first in the Water for Ag Engagement Webinar series, intended to encourage sharing of scholarship and practitioners’ experience with community-based stakeholder engagement in natural resources.

The Water for Agriculture project brings together, researchers, technical experts, Extension professionals and communities to foster community-led solutions to the water and agriculture issues most important to them.


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