Team WATERSMART

The Regional District of Nanaimo’s Team WaterSmart, in partnership with many great local organizations and municipalities, is excited to host a variety of activities and events to celebrate both World Water Day and Earth Day. Water to Earth Month 2018 will have something for everyone with workshops, stream walks, river rafting, swimming events, educational tours, streamkeepers courses, and movie nights.

Welcome to the Team WaterSmart Get Involved RDN page!

Check out all of the great upcoming initiatives being offered throughout the Regional District of Nanaimo. We will keep our community calendar up-to-date with where to find Team WaterSmart - whether it's fun community events, educational workshops, or adventurous outdoor activities.

Water conservation and environmental protection are values shared by all of us so come get involved and help to appreciate our water...because every drop counts!

We hope to see you out in the community!

Welcome to the Team WaterSmart Get Involved RDN page!

Check out all of the great upcoming initiatives being offered throughout the Regional District of Nanaimo. We will keep our community calendar up-to-date with where to find Team WaterSmart - whether it's fun community events, educational workshops, or adventurous outdoor activities.

Water conservation and environmental protection are values shared by all of us so come get involved and help to appreciate our water...because every drop counts!

We hope to see you out in the community!

  • Water to Earth Month

    2 months ago
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    This March and April come celebrate the 3rd annual Water to Earth Month event series taking place throughout the regional district and its' member municipalities! A range of activities and events are being planned to celebrate both World Water Day and Earth Day this year. The Regional District of Nanaimo's Team WaterSmart, together with the City of Nanaimo, City of Parksville, Town of Qualicum Beach, Vancouver Island University and Nanaimo & Area Land Trust (NALT), have organized a variety of activities and events including workshops, stream walks, river rafting, educational tours, movie nights, a festival-style community event, and more! Keep...

    This March and April come celebrate the 3rd annual Water to Earth Month event series taking place throughout the regional district and its' member municipalities! A range of activities and events are being planned to celebrate both World Water Day and Earth Day this year. The Regional District of Nanaimo's Team WaterSmart, together with the City of Nanaimo, City of Parksville, Town of Qualicum Beach, Vancouver Island University and Nanaimo & Area Land Trust (NALT), have organized a variety of activities and events including workshops, stream walks, river rafting, educational tours, movie nights, a festival-style community event, and more! Keep an eye on the Team Watersmart Get Involved page for event details, registration information, and handy tips for how you can connect with your community and be water smart!
  • WaterSmart Workshop Day

    about 1 month ago
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    Learn amazing water conservation and gardening tips on Sunday April 14, 2019 at WaterSmart Workshop Day taking place at Beban Park in Nanaimo!

    Expert-delivered presentations will take place from 10:00am – 3:00pm. Your $15 registration fee includes four workshops, a catered lunch, and a free native plant from the Nanaimo and Area Land Trust!

    Registration is preferable but walk-ins are welcome for this fun and educational full day event. ($20 charge for walk-in participants). Workshop topics include: Water Wise Gardening (10:00am), Lawn Alternatives (11:00am), Efficient Irrigation (1:00pm) and Rainwater Harvesting (2:00pm). Please visit https://bit.ly/2HhhYvh to register.

    Learn amazing water conservation and gardening tips on Sunday April 14, 2019 at WaterSmart Workshop Day taking place at Beban Park in Nanaimo!

    Expert-delivered presentations will take place from 10:00am – 3:00pm. Your $15 registration fee includes four workshops, a catered lunch, and a free native plant from the Nanaimo and Area Land Trust!

    Registration is preferable but walk-ins are welcome for this fun and educational full day event. ($20 charge for walk-in participants). Workshop topics include: Water Wise Gardening (10:00am), Lawn Alternatives (11:00am), Efficient Irrigation (1:00pm) and Rainwater Harvesting (2:00pm). Please visit https://bit.ly/2HhhYvh to register.