Sept. 30th Planting Event Assists Stormwater Management
Posted on: September 26, 2016
Sarah Cockhill
Listen up! Click the photo to listen to a 5′ audio clip in which Sarah Cockhill, an Environmental Management student in Lakehead University’s Faculty of Natural Resource Management, provides details of a September 30th volunteer opportunity to help the urban environment.

A tree planting event to assist in stormwater management and retention in Thunder Bay’s McVicar Creek watershed will be held beginning at 9:00 a.m. on September 30th at the Clayte Street crossing of McVicar Creek (off Balsam Street). Volunteers are welcome to come out and assist. Work will be completed by noon.

This event is supported by the Department of Geography and the Environment at Lakehead University, Ontario’s Great Lakes Guardian Community Fund and the City of Thunder Bay.

Links:

Go to Sarah’s brief audio overview providing details for volunteers.

A full suite of information, including details about free transportation to the site for Lakehead University students is available here…

View the Clayte Street L.I.D. (Low Impact Development) site.

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