Experience the international St. John Valley
Project Acknowledgments

St. John River toward Baker Brook, NB
St. John River toward
Baker Brook, NB


Traditional Acadian dress
Traditional Acadian dress

Creators
The Voici the Valley Cultureway and the Voici the Valley Audio Story and Guide were created by Sheila Jans, Don Cyr, and Daniel Picard of CultureWorth. CultureWorth is an alliance of professionals who focus on cultural development in rural communities. (info@cultureworth.org)

Additional Credit
Website development by Steve Michaud with art direction by Daniel Picard. Production of the audio story by Rob Rosenthal of Shunpike Audio.

Copyright Information
We request that credit be attributed to the authors if you wish to use any written text in this website. Permission must be sought from the owning sources for use of the maps, artwork, photographs and audio sound bytes. The authors of this website make no claims, promises or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the contents of this website. While every effort is made to ensure that all information is correct, the authors accept no liability or responsibility for any errors. Any text, listing or link referring to other web pages or sites is for reference only and does not constitute endorsement or support.

Sponsors
Maine Acadian Heritage Council
The Maine Acadian Heritage Council is a non-profit organization incorporated in 1997 whose mission is to preserve and promote the French Acadian culture of Northern Maine. It has a membership of municipalities, chambers of commerce, historical societies, and cultural organizations in the St. John Valley. (maineacadian@hotmail.com)

Quebec-Labrador Foundation
Established in 1961, the Quebec-Labrador Foundation is a private, not-for-profit organization in the US and a registered charity in Canada. Its mission is to support the rural communities and environment of eastern Canada and New England, and to create models for stewardship of natural resources and cultural heritage that can be applied worldwide. (www.qlf.org)

Funders
National Endowment for the Arts, Quebec-Labrador Foundation, Maine Community Foundation, Northern Maine Development Commission, Maine Arts Commission, Maine Humanities Council, Maine Office of Tourism, Le Club Français, Northern Forest Partnership Program, Town of Madawaska, Picard Family Reunion Committee, New Century Community Program, Town of Cyr Plantation, Town of Ste-Agathe, Fraser Papers Limited, Allagash Historical Society.

This website was made possible by the Maine Humanities Council (mainehumanities.org).

Photo credit: Map courtesy National Park Service, banner photo by Daniel Picard.