TRRS info booth at MusicFest

Look for the Tsolum River Restoration Society info booth at the 2016 Vancouver Island MusicFest

Look for the Tsolum River Restoration Society info booth at the 2016 Vancouver Island MusicFest July 8-10, alongside the Tsolum River. The TRRS will be there to answer questions about salmon and the Tsolum River watershed. Stop by for information, to donate, become a member, donate or sign up to volunteer.

Are you a Tsolum River watershed waterfront landowner? Are you interested in planting trees to improve the health and diversity of the riparian area – there are so many benefits to both the river and your property. We have free trees and planting expertise.

The Tsolum River Restoration Society and the various streamkeeper groups up and down our Island assist in fry salvage by moving stranded fish to safer water.

For more info about the TRRS and its projects, visit tsolumriver.org or call  250-897-4670.

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