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General News · 4th April 2013
Emily Keller
The DIEM Project is a local community initiative mapping sensitive ecosystems and geological features of the Discovery Islands watershed.

Lannie Keller and Eve Flager will present an informative project update, with opportunity for comments, questions, and discussion. Come out to learn more and help determine local mapping priorities.

This community-wide effort will benefit from everyone’s knowledge, skills and energy. Find out how you can participate!

Surge Narrows Community: Saturday, April 6 - 2:30 pm
Whaletown Community Hall: Sunday, April 7 - 2:30 pm
Quadra Community Centre: Thursday, April 11 - 7:00 pm

For more information on the Discovery Islands Ecosystem Mapping (DIEM) Project, please visit our website at www.diemproject.org.