Tuesday, September 25, 2012

 

Environmental News

Planting for Salmon

Volunteers wanted for Miami waterway restoration Oct 17-18

Released by Rachel Drennan, Fraser Valley Watersheds Coalition/Voice file photo

 

ou are invited to participate in the ongoing restoration of the Miami River Greenway in Harrison Hot Springs on October 17 and 18th.

Wednesday October 17 & Thursday October 18 from 10 A.M. to 12 Noon.

Drop by anytime, either or both days. The group meets at Hardy Bridge at Spring Park in Agassiz. See map.

It's a good idea to wear gloves and sturdy footwear. Shovels are provided by extras are welcome. A pizza lunch will be provided. Plants are purchased through a grant from the Pacific Salmon Foundation Community Salmon Program.

Supporters

Village of Harrison Hot Springs

Fraser Valley Watersheds Coalition

Fraser Valley Invasive Plant Council

Harrison Communities in Bloom

Sts'ailes Title and Rights

Friends of the Harrison Forest

 

For more information visit the Fraser Valley Watersheds Coalition at www.fvwc.ca

 

 

Future Plantings

October 19:  Little Chilliwack River Riparian Planting
On the corner of Chilliwack River road road and Luckakuck Way. This is a very busy road,  make sure you park on the north side of Luckakuck way (on the grass shoulder) well off the road. We will be trying some new techniques at this site, so if you are interested in restoration come check it out!

 

October 27:  Hope Slough Riparian Planting. Details to be announced.

November 3:  Agassiz Wetland planting. Details to be announced.

November 10: Agassiz Slough Riparian Planting. Details to be announced.

 

 

 

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