Nature, restored

Nature, restored.

Article in the Vancouver Sun yesterday, quoting in part:

The first of seven restoration projects to break ground, the 1.2-hectare MacKay Creek estuary is an unprecedented collaboration between two large industrial tenants – Northwest Hydraulics and Seaspan – as well as the Squamish Nation, the City of North Vancouver, Living Rivers, BCIT and Bodwell International School, which is built on the banks of the creek.

Good news,  in the Council meeting Monday September 9 Mayor Mussatto referred to Mosquito Creek needing rehabilitation because it’s been used as a “dumping ground”.  The City has apparently been using rocks and concrete to try to stabilize the banks.

 

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