With the trip successfully completed, there are no Twitter updates.
Thank you to all who followed our trip with such enthusiasm this summer! Your messages of support and encouragement were much appreciated.
Congratulations to Irene Whittome, winner of Michael Flomen's 36" x 36" fire-fly art piece – a retail value of $10,000!
For a glance at film footage stills captured during the trip, click the photos gallery image (just above). These images will give you a better appreciation of the landscape and wildlife we were witness to during the course of our journey.
And now onto the next phase of our educational initiative! To put our experience in front of young Canadians, we're creating educational materials, photography & film for use in classrooms. When complete, these materials will be made available through the Canadian Council for Geographic Education website. We anticipate the final product being finished by the Spring of 2013.
Last but not least, we would like to thank our sponsors for their support. Their generously donated gear enabled us to travel safely and efficiently through an area of remote wilderness.
As always, please do not hesitate to contact us. Thank you again!
The educational materials, photography & film we will be creating for Canadian class rooms (and for all Canadians to enjoy) will be made available, here, at coppermine2012.com upon our return from the North. The creation of these materials lies at the very core of our trip. It's why we're doing this.