On Earth Day 2017, Vancouver Co-operative Radio turned the airwaves over to the wetland creatures for twenty-four continuous hours. The broadcast consisted of a recording made in real time on Earth Day in the previous year. Artists Brady Marks and Mark Timmings collaborated on this exercise in slow radio art. The Wetland broadcast is a tribute to the World Soundscape Project (WSP) founded in the late 1960s and the idea of “wilderness radio” proposed by WSP member Bruce Davis in 1975. Listen to the soundscape in sync with your local time.