Hudson’s Bay Wetland Project receives new funding

The Hudson’s Bay Wetland campaign has secured two new grants for 2015 project work.

B.C. Nature and the B.C. Naturalists Foundation have provided a $2,000 grant towards informational signage and community liaison, while the Calgary Foundation has provided $2,500 to “help inspire the appreciation and understanding of this region’s natural wonders,” according to an article published by the Prince George Free Press on March 13, 2015.

Wetland project work for 2015 has already begun: volunteers erected three new informational signs describing local fauna during the week of March 9, 2015.

Other projects for 2015 and beyond include a trail and observation deck on the north side of the wetland channel, an earthen ramp to link this trail with Fort George Park, and an assortment of boardwalks, bird blinds and other features.

Read more at “Wetland campaign gets financial help” (Prince George Free Press), or visit Hudson’s Bay Wetland Project.

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