I'm thrilled to release the third video, TWO FEET IN WAVEY CREEK, from my latest album, Athabasca. Many years ago, spreading across much of southern Manitoba, there was a vast system of wetlands. Rivers, brooks and other waterways coursed through the landscape, including Wavey Creek, which wound its way through the marshland into Lake Winnipeg’s southern basin. Eventually, Europeans came and found a land that wasn’t hospitable to agriculture and settlement. So, the wetlands were drained. Wavey Creek became a ditch, carrying agricultural runoff, laden with phosphorous, into the great lake to the north. Lake Winnipeg is dying without the filtering wetlands of the past. Only a remnant remains of the great marshlands. And a remnant of beautiful Wavey Creek too. We need to preserve what we have, and restore what once was. If not now, when?