General News · 13th February 2022
Thank to all the toad-tally awesome volunteers who showed up on Saturday to plant live stakes at the Dillon Creek Wetlands. Over 20 community members contributed their time to help bring fertility back to the restored wetlands.
Thank you to Henry Verschuur at Blue Jay Lake Farm, and Laura Ellingsen at Fairhaven Gardens for donating live stake cuttings of native plants.
Special thanks to Autumn Barrett-Morgan and Caitlin Pillott for their help collecting live cuttings for this event.
This community-based ecological restoration project to benefit the lakes, wildlife, and climate change adaptation and resilience would not be possible with out your generous support!
Thank you for your time, energy, and/or financial support towards this project!
You are all Frog-tastic!
Miranda Cross on behalf of,
Friends of Cortes Island Society &
Linnaea Farm Society