Join us for 2019 BWA Committee Annual Meeting and Dinner! We are in this together!
5:30 PM Registration and Social hour
6:00 PM Dinner by Prima
6:45 PM Keynote Speaker: Cary Griffith, author of “Lost in the Wild” (see note below) and “Gunflint Burning”
Title: “Surviving the Powwow Trail”
7:15 PM Annual Meeting Program
• Find out about BWAC 2018 major accomplishments by volunteers
• Trail vision for 2019 "Open the Powwow Trail Loop"
• Reconnect with your trail crew and make new friends
• Treasurer report and what goes into trail maintenance costs
• Our progress in BWCAW trail advocacy
• Recognizing sponsors, allies, volunteers and crew leaders
• Recognizing “BWAC Volunteer of the Year for 2018”
• Door prizes drawing
Event registration (includes dinner): $15
Please RSVP today (latest by February 1) on Meetup
Cary Griffith about the “Lost in the Wild”
In the wilderness, one false step can make the difference between a delightful respite and a brush with death.
Jason Rasmussen, a third-year medical student who loved the forest's solitude, walked alone into the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness on a crisp fall day. After a two-day trek into a remote area of the woods, he stepped away from his campsite and made a series of seemingly trivial mistakes that left him separated from his supplies, wet, and lost, as cold darkness fell.
Enduring days without food or shelter, Jason faced the full harsh force of wilderness, the place he had sought out for tranquil refuge from city life.Lost in the Wild takes readers with Jason as he enters realms of pain, fear, and courage, suffering dizzying confusion and unending frustration as he overcomes seemingly insurmountable hurdles in a race to survive.
For more information contact:
John Mattson, BWAC Annual Meeting Committee Chair
How to find us
Join us in the presentation room