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Saying yes to nature-based infrastructure: article today describes Canada’s first watershed-scale municipal natural assets initiative in BC’s Comox Valley. https://lnkd.in/eZya2dC

Initiative strengthens role of nature in protecting drinking water – Comox Valley Record

Several communities in the Comox Valley and the K’ómoks First Nation launched a $367,500 multi-year initiative with the Municipal Natural Assets Initiative (MNAI) this month to help better understand, measure and manage critical drinking water services provided by nature.
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