Our amazing summer students and team of volunteers have developed a virtual tour of the Jijuktu’kwejk watershed and river using a Story Map! “Saving the Jijuktu’kwejk River” is all the information and beauty of being on the river, without getting wet or getting mosquito bites!
Using maps, land photos and aerial photography, our team has created an immersive learning experience for you!
- Introducing the Jijuktu’kwejk watershed
- The importance of the watershed
- Problems within the watershed
- Restoring the watershed
A scrolling-style website, you can pass through these themes through maps, photos, and diagrams. Anyone interested in the river or the watershed will surely learn something new!
This project would not have been possible without the support of Jijuktu’kwejk Watershed Alliance Board with special thanks to John Brazner, Keeler Colton, Ian Manning and Jennifer West. Student workers from this project were funded by Canada Summer Jobs 2020. Special thanks to Esri Canada for providing access to their GIS technology through the Esri Nonprofit Organization Program.