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Indian Creek/Caldwell Revitalization Meeting on Feb. 10 Features Multimedia Presentation- With Videos, Interviews, and Proposals

2003. 02. 03.

CALDWELL, ID- The Albertson College of Idaho Environmental Studies Program invites the public to view multimedia presentations on the proposed Indian Creek/downtown Caldwell revitalization project at a community meeting on Feb. 10.

The meeting will be held in the Community Room at the Caldwell Police Station, 110 S. Fifth Ave., at 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 10. The program is free and open to the public.

The presentations will include original video productions, interviews with diverse members of the Caldwell community and a proposal for the construction of a future wetlands site near Indian Creek.

The student presenters are enrolled in 'Nature and Culture,' a class offered through Albertson College of Idaho's Environmental Studies Program. Environmental Studies is an interdisciplinary field that explores the various and complex relationships between human beings and their environment. The major was added to the college's academic program in Fall 2002.

For more information, contact Rochelle Johnson at 459-5894.