Participate in an afternoon of environmental talks and discussions – led by environmentalists, historians & community members – focusing on the exchange of knowledge and information about our environment and St. Mary Lake with four very knowledgeable community members.
Schedule of Environmental Talks:
- Xatsa’ — Indigenous History of St. Mary Lake, Chris Arnett, PhD (Candidate), Department of Anthropology, University of British Columbia
- Phosphorus and St. Mary Lake: Where does it come from and where does it go? Don Hodgins, P.Eng., AFCA
- The Birds of St. Mary Lake, Bob Weeden, Biologist, President Salt Spring Island Conservancy
- Cyanobacteria: Life & Death – Blooms & Die-Offs, Dr. Maggie Squires, Limnologist
Proudly supported by the Salt Spring Arts Council.
Thank you as well to BonesForever, SkyHiPhotos, Salt Spring Film Festival, and Salt Spring Coffee. (Photo by Billie Woods Photography.)