Creation of a comprehensive inventory of municipal natural infrastructure assets is one of the first steps in management and valuation of these assets and the services they provide us. The idea behind the Municipal Natural Infrastructure Asset Inventory is to help municipalities create a spatial resource and database using best available data, and then allow municipal users to self-identify the ecosystem services in which they are most interested and the natural infrastructure assets that support them. The ecosystem services focused on are those related to flood and drought mitigation, to increase municipal resiliency to a changing climate. When complete, this guidebook will be freely available online, and generic so that each municipality can tailor it to create their own municipal natural infrastructure asset inventory. This webinar will introduce the guidebook and the completed pilot project with the Town of Cochrane.