John Barclay Oxford Mills June 9, 2010

This year Biologist/Artist team Fred Schueler and Aleta Karstad (Canadian Geographic's Environmental Scientist of the Year) will revisit the landscapes they have traveled over the past 20 to 40 years, checking the condition of ecological communities and populations of plants and animals, some of them now Species At Risk.

Please forward this information to interested parties along with this link (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PGFNSt6CfcI)

"The 30 Years Later project is not only exceedingly ambitious, it is vital.... The original expeditions over the past 30 years produced comprehensive and elegant documentation of a broad spectrum of ecosystems in North America. The exquisite paintings by Aleta are gems of art and observation. I look forward to the results of 30 Years Later. This project deserves wide support and the wide-eyed attention of all Canadians and beyond. The world needs more teams like Aleta and Fred." - Robert Bateman

John  Barclay
Triune Arts
Canada
www.triune.ca