Wetland Courses with Aquality


Course Schedule

Upcoming Dates:

2018 courses TBA


Courses We Offer

Alberta Wetlands: From Classification to Policy 

Day 1 - This portion of the course provides a primer for those unfamiliar with the ecological function of wetlands on the landscape. Wetland classification, delineation, hydrology, wetland vegetation, riparian zones, and wetland functions are covered. 

Day 2 - This portion of the course provides an overview of wetland and water-related legislation and policies at municipal, provincial, and federal levels. It also covers how wetland functional assessments are used within these policies. 

This course is ideal for municipalities, developers, land surveyors, planners and consultants. For a more complete description, click here.

Alberta Wetlands: Field Assessment Course

The field course focuses on wetland plant identification and the required tools for identifying key wetland species in the field necessary for wetland classification according to the new Alberta Wetland Classification System.  

This course is ideal for individuals looking to improve upon their wetland vegetation identification skills. For a more complete description, click here



Testimonials

“The personal involvement and passion about this subject helped to hit home and really “sell” the need for proper understanding around the function and importance of each kind of wetland.”

– TERA Environmental Consultants

"Energetic and very knowledgeable presenter! This is definitely a niche topic, it was good to get insight & clarity, especially on policy.” 

– Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment

“Great job! Very educational. It was very interesting to learn about Alberta’s Leg/Reg/Acts… I can take this information and relate it to my own area. Thank you!”

– 2012 CWRA Conference Workshop

“Excellent overall, detailed information; far more comprehensive than available from any singular source. Particularly liked the case study examples.”

– ATCO Gas

“I know many other folks in government and crowns that would benefit from this course. Keep up the good work!”

– Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment