Monday, August 30, 2010

Readers write - Volunteers needed!.

Greetings from the Society for the Protection of Kalamalka Lake

As part of the North Okanagan Regional District’s Adopt-A-Stream Program, SPrKL has adopted the reach of Coldstream Creek running between Kirkland Drive and McClounie Road.
On May 15th this year, we held a well attended and fun ‘Stream Clean up Day’. Since then, SPrKL, with the support of the District of Coldstream, has received a Federal ECO Action Grant to supply and plant vegetation along this reach.

We are asking for your support with further creek clean up and planting on September 18th from 10 am until approximately 1 pm.

We will meet at the Coldstream Municipal Hall at 10 am where a qualified professional will conduct a hands-on planting workshop before we begin the actual planting. Refreshments will be provided.

If you are willing to help out and /or want more information, please contact Trina Koch:


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