INDUSTRIAL WASTE: A LOVE STORY

June 28, 2018 Rev Editor 0

>> BY PETER WORDEN Charise Folnovic has been collecting trash by the riverside. She first noticed broken glass in the rocks while walking her dog. Not wanting Maddie to cut

A WALK IN THE WOODS

June 28, 2018 Rev Editor 0

>>  BY GLEN WESTRUP By the time you read this, the BC Interior Forestry Museum Society will have commenced building trails from the Forestry Museum, down through the land on the

MUSCLIN’ OUT MUSSELS

June 27, 2018 Rev Editor 0

>> By KIM KAISER BC waters are precious, clean and, importantly, mussel-free. The Columbia Shuswap Invasive Species Society (CSISS) and Shuswap Watershed Council (SWC) want to keep them that way.

GETTIN’ OUTTA THIS POND?

June 27, 2018 Rev Editor 0

>> PETER WORDEN Ever book a flight, rental car or hotel reservation on one of those travel “dotcom” sites? Then, say you need to change something small, or god forbid, need

STORIES BENEATH THE SURFACE

June 27, 2018 Rev Editor 0

>> BY Cathy English Sections of British Columbia experienced devastating flooding this year, particularly in the community of Grand Forks. Residents there are beginning the long process of reclaiming and rebuilding

5 WICKED WATER WETAWAYS

June 27, 2018 Rev Editor 0

> BY ANGELA MOBRAY Egypt What? Wait a second—isn’t Egypt a massive desert? This is true, however, don’t forget the longest river in the world runs through the entire country, The