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Drawings from the Field

Drawings from the Field

By Cassandra Buunk, August 19th, 2020 There is a little box on the bottom right hand side of the Mountain Legacy Project field note sheets that I took as an invitation to sketch the landscape. I took every opportunity to sketch the mountains in our 2019 field season....
Mining, Memories, and Mountains

Mining, Memories, and Mountains

by Sonia Voicescu, July 14, 2020 Have you ever come across towns whose very presence on the landscape hint at multiple stories and complex histories? Perhaps it’s the façade of a particular building that doesn’t quite fit with the more modern design of its neighbours....
Heeding Mountain Hazards

Heeding Mountain Hazards

Whether it’s mountain-work, fieldwork or play … acknowledge the environment you find yourself in, and take heed of its hazards. Check out how MLP teams practice personal responsibility, self-care, open communications, and situational awareness in the mountains.

Who do we want to be here?

Who do we want to be here?

The story of ecological change in the Canadian mountain west over the last century provides powerful, poignant testimony about our very different histories and roles in the dramatic changes of the last century. The most important question becomes: who do we want to be here?

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