CEU Credits: 0.5
Update for the “On-farm Livestock Water Remediation Using Native Wetland Plants and Alberta Cold Climate Floating Island Technology”
This session is an update to phase 3 of the floating island project at Olds College, where we are using native wetland plants to treat stormwater runoff in feedlots.
Dr. Dan Karran, Principle Investigator, Olds College of Agriculture & Technology
Dan is an ecohydrologist who started his education at Olds College in 2006 and returned to the college 15 years later with a MSc in Integrated Water Resource Management from McGill and a PhD in Geography from the University of Saskatchewan. Water has been the central theme of Dan’s career, working in private industry (both domestic and international), non-governmental organizations, and academia. In addition to teaching, Dan is the principle investigator for the “On-farm Livestock Water Remediation Using Native Wetland Plants and
Alberta Cold Climate Floating Island Technology” project with the Olds College Center for Innovation.