Big Wild Bucks
November 14th, 2010

UPDATE 12/8/10: Sacred Headwaters, Sacred Journey won third place. A Huge thanks for all the support!

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The Big Wild, an organization aimed at protecting half of Canada’a public land, is giving $10,000 to three conservation projects and is asking for your help. They have narrowed it down to five finalists — Sacred Headwaters, Sacred Journey is one — and your vote will decide which projects receive funding. Please visit www.thebigwild.org/bucks and place your vote! The North West Watch Society is the sponsor for Sacred Headwaters, Sacred Journey.

 

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