The Society presented a display at the Town of Sylvan Lake’s Eco Loco fair on Friday September 13.
The SLWSS banners explained what we stand for and do, and our poster highlighted four themes that are important to the watershed:
Click on the hyperlinks to learn more about the SLWSS display at Eco Loco 2013.
The Town of Sylvan Lake’s program included a puppet show of environmental stories for elementary school students presented by Wendy of the W.P. Puppet Theatre, a talk by Kelcie Miller Anderson on her research project on reclamation of oil sands tailings, an introduction to the Medicine River Wildlife Centre by founder and executive director Carol Kelly and to a rehabilitated owl by Judy Boyd. The Doll Sisters from Rocky Mountain House entertained at the chili dinner held on the Promenade lawn.
To see a slideshow of Eco Loco 2013, please click here.