A discussion of the IISD-ELA inspired play 'The Watershed'
'The Watershed', a play inspired by IISD Experimental Lakes Area, is coming to Winnipeg! Hear IISD-ELA's executive director, Matt McCandless speak with the playwright Annabel Soutar about the play and the new era of the world famous research site.
There will be a gala reception and exclusive preview performance on March 14, 2017 in Winnipeg. Click here for more information and for tickets.
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