Updates -- February 2021
Our Webinar Videos are available on our web site.
--Planning Your Wabakimi Trip
--Top Five Skills for a Wabakimi Trip
--The Greenmantle River: A Wabakimi Gem
Thanks to Vern Fish, Rob Kesselring and Mary Jean Blaisdell for their presentations.
Work continues on the Wabakimi Canoe Routes Guidebook. Laurence Mills will talk about this on March 7th-our next webinar.
Our Expedition and Conservation Committees continue to meet. Our involvement with the Wabadowgang Noomping Forest (around Armstrong) continues. We're actively working on map improvements (Vol 5 in particular) and figuring out how we produce these in the future.
We'll soon be up on the Go Adventure Planning Guide (Toronto/Ontario) and we're working on our Virtual Booth for Canoecopia (March 12-14).
The border is still closed as everyone knows. Will it open this year? Some of us in the U.S. will be ready if it does. Meanwhile, we encourage our Canadian members to Explore Wabakimi. (We're getting many Canadian requests for map books and planning maps.)
Please Join Us!
We're supporting and encouraging Wabakimi paddlers. Our conservation advocacy continues. Protecting Crown Land canoe routes. Advocating for Woodland Caribou/and wildlife habitat protection. Addressing the WPP Park Management Plan (a future project for sure). Working with Wabakimi Provincial Park to address cleanup issues and more we hope!)