14 Mar 2013

Annual Report highlights accomplishments

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IAWC Annual Report 2012 is attached and features information about: Descriptions and photos of the year’s five significant projects; Recognizing the visionary leadership of outgoing board president, Jon Schler; Financial report for 2012.

Western Colorado Interpretive Association (WCIA) Annual Members Meeting and Educational Program
Date: Thursday, March 14, 2013
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Location:  Bill Heddles Recreation Center in Delta, CO.

The public is invited to attend a screening of the Gateway Documentary, “Stories from The Land” documenting the McInnis National Conservation Area, “Flume Fever” a short video of reconstructing 48 feet of the Historic Hanging Flume located on the San Miguel River in Montrose County as well as a  short video of the stabilization of the Driggs Mansion located in Unaweep Canyon just north of Gateway, Co. Videographer Mara Ferris of Gen9Productions will be on hand to answer questions about the making of these films. Refreshments will be served.

The event is FREE. WCIA is celebrating their 25th Anniversary. Following the 45 minute program WCIA will hold elections for new Board of Directors, give a short update on various projects, and announce updating their name to Interpretive Association of Western Colorado (IAWC).

IAWC is a non-profit organization located in Western Colorado, providing educational interpretation and preservation of resources on our public lands since 1988. IAWC is a not for profit partner with the Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management.