ALESS shared a booth with the Columbia Basin Watershed Network at Toad Fest on Summit Lake, August 29th and 30th, 2017. Although the venue is outside of the ALESS area in which we work, we thought it a good chance to connect with people and tell our story. It was a success.
We met a lot of people and connected with other organizations like the Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program (FWCP) and the Central Kootenay Invasive Species Society (CKISS). We have worked with the FWCP before and CKISS will be working with us as we do some field trips with the Nakusp school.
We had our new watershed maps on display. Thumbnails are shown below.
The originals are 34 by 44 inches. Contact us if these are of interest to you or watch for our next public presentations to see them in full size.
We also took pictures at Toad Fest and will be posting them here shortly.