Tsolum River Restoration Society AGM Saturday

Harold Macy and Dave Clough guest speakers

  • Jan. 26, 2015 6:00 p.m.

The Tsolum River Restoration Society is hosting its annual general meeting Jan. 31 from 1-3 p.m. at the Dove Creek Hall (3400 Burns Road, Courtenay). In addition to the business portion of the meeting, two guest speakers will be in attendance.


Local woodlot operator Harold Macy will discuss his book, the Four Storey Forest, which tells the story of his love for the natural forest and his work on his woodlot along Headquarters Creek.

Fisheries biologist Dave Clough, who led the society’s Fish Habitat Assessment last fall, will be presenting his analysis of that assessment, outlining the habitat restoration that needs to be done on the Tsolum.


Consider becoming a member of the Tsolum River Restoration Society. All monthly donors will automatically become members.

The TRRS is also in need of board members, to help plan and co-ordinate the ongoing activities, including in-stream work on projects and monitoring programs, helping to run a kids’ program and helping out at public events and displays.

For more information you can call Wayne White at 250-897-4670 (office) or 250-338-6964 (home), email tsolumriver@shaw.ca and/or visit the website at www.tsolumriver.org.


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