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AWARE (Association of Whistler Area Residents for the Environment) fonds

  • AWARE
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  • [2000]-2002

This fonds consists of textual material created by AWARE (Association of Whistler Area Residents for the Environment), including an informational sheet about the 2001 AWARE Wetlands Campaign, Issue #22 of the newsletter The Aware Conserver, January 2002, and a booklet about AWARE's campaign to save the Upper Elaho-Sims Creek wilderness area [c. 2000].

AWARE (Association of Whistler Area Residents for the Environment)

AWARE Wetlands Campaign 2001

One-page informational sheet about AWARE'S Wetlands Campaign from 2001. It lists the steps that are being taken throughout May, August, and September of that year to educate the public about the White Gold Wetlands and to preserve this ecosystem for the future. Information is also given about the Whistler Wetlands Walking Tours being held every Sunday throughout May 2001.

The AWARE Conserver Newsletter - Issue #22, January 2002

Issue #22 of the newsletter "The AWARE Conserver," dated January 2002.

Contents:

  • "Message from the President - Whistler. It's Our Nature"
  • "SLRD [Squamish-Lillooet Regional District] News"
  • "Doing Well by Doing Good"
  • "First Steps for the Natural Step"
  • "Tina Symko Joins AWARE"
  • "Recent Conferences - Climate Change Research in BC, Smart Growth"
  • "AWARE AGM"

Upper Elaho Protection Campaign Booklet - [2000?]

Booklet produced by AWARE (Association of Whistler Area Residents for the Environment) titled "Recently the Community of Whistler spoke out for the protection of the Upper Elaho - We thought we should explain ourselves..." about its campaign to save the old-growth forests of the Upper Elaho-Sims Creek area from logging. The booklet explains the importance of protecting this habitat and gives the contact information of representatives. Includes an invitation to Witness camping weekends in the Sims region hosted by the Squamish Nation.

AWARE (Association of Whistler Area Residents for the Environment)