A five-storey, 600,000 cubic feet industrial space is transformed for this walkthrough exhibit.
Bargains are often found off the beaten track, and Aberdeen Glen Golf Course is no different. This manicured, 7,100-yard par-73 meanders over rolling, rugged terrain through narrow stands of dense B.C. forest—a stern test for the better player, and a gentler route from the forward tees. Jeans are allowed, too!
The mountain pine beetle, Dendroctorus ponderosae, isn’t much bigger than the head of a pin, but the voracious pest is laying waste to vast swaths of interior B.C. forest—from Prince George in the northern part of the province to 200 kilometres west, into beautiful Tweedsmuir, the province’s largest park and one of the epidemic’s origins.