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More than 40 of the world's leading "nature artists" and experts are on Grouse Mountain -- taking part in the 1st annual "Artists for Conservation" festival.
Organizer Feff Whiting says it's a mixture of art displays, lectures and discussions.
"It's a world-class art exhibit and sale and benefit for wildlife conservation... but wrapped around that exhibit is we have a whole bunch of art and environmental education programming."
Much of today's discussions revolved around banning the sale of shark fin -- and proposed pipeline projects.