Water Drawing Tutorial

Water Drawing Tutorial

Introduction

The FrontCounter BC Water Drawing Tutorial is a series of short how-to videos that will step you through the process of loading the Discovery Tool into Google Earth, and creating a digital file showing the necessary features required for your application.

Please note that specific drawing standards need to be followed and can be be found here. This link is repeated on each of the relevant tutorial screens for your convenience.

Loading Google Earth and the Discovery Tool

This video will step you through the process of loading the Discovery Tool in Google Earth. If you do not have Google Earth loaded on your computer, this video will also direct you to the Google Earth website where you can install a copy of Google Earth on to your computer.

Water Drawing Standards will need to be followed.

Drawing the Property Outline

This video covers how to draw your property outline.

Water Drawing Standards will need to be followed.

Drawing your Intake, Dwelling and Pumps

This video covers how to draw your Intake Areas, Buildings and Pumps. You are only required to show the building where the water use is happening...for example, if you are using water in a barn for livestock, you need to show the location of your barn.

Water Drawing Standards will need to be followed.

Drawing your Irrigation and Storage

This video covers how to draw your Irrigation Lines and Storage Areas. This only needs to be done if you have irrigation lines or storage areas as part of your works.

Water Drawing Standards will need to be followed.

Drawing your Pipeline

This video covers how to draw your Pipeline

Water Drawing Standards will need to be followed.

Save and upload to your Application to Virtual FrontCounter BC

This video covers how to save your drawing, and upload your application to virtual FrontCounter BC.

Water Drawing Standards will need to be followed.

End

You have reached the end of this video tutorial series on how to complete a Water Drawing.

If you have any further questions please contact FrontCounter BC.