Nature Centre banquet coming up

Noted B.C. biologist Dr. Rob Butler and Carl MacNaughton, acting land manager for the Nature Trust of B.C., will both give presentations at the annual Scout Island Nature Centre banquet coming up Friday evening, April 8 at St. Andrew’s United Church hall.

Noted B.C. biologist Dr. Rob Butler and Carl MacNaughton, acting land manager for the Nature Trust of B.C., will both give presentations at the annual Scout Island Nature Centre banquet coming up Friday evening, April 8 at St. Andrew’s United Church hall. 

Tickets are available from The Open Book or from members of the Williams Lake Field Naturalists and must be purchased by this Saturday, April 2.

As guest speaker Butler’s presentation is titled Optimism for the Future. 

Butler explains in his presentation that although our world is facing some large environmental issues, there is reason for optimism. 

 

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