The Okanagan Bioregion Nutrient Management Project aspires to map nutrient flows in the Okanagan Bioregion for the current and future agricultural production and resource management systems. The aim is to identify opportunities for improving nutrient self-reliance through closing nutrient cycles at the local and regional scales. Nutrient self-reliance will benefit food self-reliance. The project is part of the Okanagan Bioregion Food System Design Project, which aims to identify what a sustainable food system in the Okanagan Bioregion looks like and how it can be achieved.
Doktor vid Chalmers, Technology Management and Economics, Environmental Systems Analysis
Funding Chalmers participation during 2018–2019