The next CRED talk is happening Wednesday, Jan 9, from 12-1pm in the MacPherson Room at the Revelstoke Community Centre. Marcy Mahr, Senior Research Biologist, Valhalla Wilderness Society, will discuss how in a remote, mountain pass between Kaslo and New Denver in the south Selkirk Mountains, a population of western toads are getting some assistance from the Valhalla Wilderness Society to cross Highway 31A.
For more info on CRED talks, check out http://cmiae.org/event/cred-talks-columbia-region-ecological-discussions/
These talks are free. Hope to see you there!