"Seeds for Success, Community Change Through Collaborative Action, the 2013 Columbia Basin Symposium,"
The Kaslo Institute is making it possible for anyone interested in participating in the "Seeds for Success, Community Change Through Collaborative Action, the 2013 Columbia Basin Symposium," but is unable to make the conference, to be held in Creston Oct. 18, 19, & 20. The Kaslo Institute will provide virtual access to the conference, making it possible for participants to listen to and interact with some outstanding speakers and panelists tackling subjects that range from an update on the Columbia River Treaty, to the future of the Columbia Basin Trust, to how to effectively use collaboration in shaping community change. Sessions begin on Friday, Oct. 18 at 1:30PM. For a complete agenda, visit http://kasloinstitute.com/2013/10/17/creston-conference-comes-to-kaslo-courtesy-of-the-kalso-institute/. Sessions will be held in the Village Council chambers, upstairs in the Kemball Memorial Centre in downtown Kaslo