Streamkeeping at Peach Creek!

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With expertise from the Pacific Streamkeepers Federation, the WaterWealth Project will be hosting an invertebrate count at Peach Creek which runs parallel to the Vedder River and serves as world-class spawning grounds for regional salmon & trout.

Counting invertebrates is not only an essential component of streamkeeping which helps to show how healthy a river is, it is also a fun and interactive way to get to know about other critters that rely on our home waterways. A great activity for kids! Don't forget your gum boots!

 

WHEN
May 23, 2015 at 1pm - 4pm
WHERE
Lickman Road Parking Lot by Peach Creek (Vedder River)
CONTACT
Ian Stephen · · 604.858.8021

Will you come?







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