inFlux Ideas: Watershed Stewardship, Recreational Fisheries, & Waterscape Architecture with Geoff Nishi

Date/Time
Date(s) - Tuesday, August 15th 2017
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Location
Inverness County Centre for the Arts

Categories


Geoff Nishi is an architect, urban & rural designer, community development consultant, and student of landscape architecture all rolled into one.

 

He will talk about his work in landscape architecture, covering the following topics:

Part I:   What is a watershed?  What is its relationship with human activity?  What is watershed stewardship?

Part II:  Development of recreational fisheries fuels watershed stewardship achievement.

Part III: The art & craft of waterscape architecture

 

The photo shows a pool that was created on the Graham’s River last October.  Joel Robinson of Wild Salmon Unlimited (on the left) and Charles MacInnis the stream restoration designer inspecting the completed waterscape after the Thanksgiving flood.  Photo credit:  P.J. Wall Photograhy