MCDA updated on progress of Aquanty Project
It’s no crystal ball, but when a new computer modelling program now under development is complete, a much clearer picture how various flood and drought scenarios could impact the rural landscape will emerge. Delegates at last month’s Manitoba Conservation District Association (MCDA) annual convention heard more about how a new HydroGeoSphere model
under construction will work and be used to predict and monitor how water and land interact in the Assiniboine River Basin (ARB) and how communities can plan ahead for it. Work on the model is now well underway Duncan Morrison, executive director Manitoba Forage and Grasslands Association (MFGA), said in a presentation at MCDA. Read the full Manitoba Co-operator article.