Speaker talks ‘Dinosaur Pee and the Future of Water’

The Cowichan Watershed Board/VIU Watershed Speakers Series resumes Tuesday, May 27 with David Slade talking "Dinosaur Pee and the Future of our Water".

"David Slade, of Drillwell, is an excellent speaker and has an important message for all of us. If you can possibly attend I highly recommend this evening," said local naturalist Genevieve Singleton.

The presentation begins at 7 p.m. in the VIU lecture theatre (Room 140).

"David Slade is a very entertaining and informative speaker," agreed Jill Thompson, communications coordinator for the Watershed Board. "He has a wealth of first-hand knowledge about Cowichan water issues arising from a lifetime of experience with family business, Drillwell Enterprises, and some funny stories to share too! "He will help us understand where our water comes from, and why we should value it more," she said.

Slade will also introduce the Cowichan Watershed Board’s new Water Conservation Challenge to improve local stewardship the important resource. There will be a question and answer session after the presentation. Admission is free.