05/12/17 Filed in: Guest Blog
This guest blog was written by Kari Vigerstol, Director of Water Security Science and Innovation at the Nature Conservancy.
AGWA will be participating as an implementation partner in a two-year Science for Nature and People Partnership
(SNAPP) project that will explore the connections between land use management and downstream flows. This work is critical for increasing our understanding of the scale of impact we can have on mitigating high and low flows through conservation activities such as forest protection, reforestation, agricultural best management practices and others. The driving question that the working group will address is: to what extent, and under what circumstances, can source water protection activities be expected to produce meaningful baseflow, groundwater recharge, and flood impacts, both under current and future climate conditions? The project is being jointly led by The Nature Conservancy1
, the Natural Capital Project and Conservation International, with implementing partners AGWA and Forest Trends. Read More...