Monday, 28 September 2015


Last week saw us reach the two year anniversary of the dedication of what is now know as the Blaauw Eco Forest. It seems a fitting time to remember how we got to that moment. The School of Arts and Music at Trinity Western University will be hosting an event next Saturday October 3 that will celebrate the Han Shan Project. Susan McCaslin, award winning poet and organizer of the original event in December 2012, will speak at this free and public event. This is part of a Conference on Arts and the Environment to be held at Trinity Western University.

To learn more go here. As mentioned above this event is free and open to the public. Attendees who register for free have the  option to purchase a lunch.