Photo by John Scurlock
A presentation of selected black & white images of mountains and glaciers, representing eighteen years of aerial photography conducted in remote regions extending from California to the Northwest Territories, and from the Pacific Coast to Wyoming and the Canadian Rockies. Included will be a brief discussion of glacier photography, as well as the technical aspects of "landscape photography" from the air.
The headwaters of the Nooksack River is a free-flowing, beautiful and wild area that is worthy of being protected. Brett Baunton presents “Wild Nooksack”, a visual presentation about the outstanding qualities that make the Nooksack River a unique gem to our region. The focus is on the beauty, diversity and outstanding qualities that make the Nooksack eligible for a National Wild and Scenic River designation. The upper reaches of the Nooksack should be granted Wild and Scenic River status for further protection from development and dams.