Stoney Creek Brings Life to the Community
Returning Salmon in 2020
Conductivity Data loggers We now have 2 real-time conductivity loggers active, one in Stoney Creek and one in the Brunette River at the Cariboo Dam. In addition, with a grant from the we have purchased 6 more Solinst Levellogger 5 EC to add to the 3 purchased by the...
Stoney Creek Road Salt and Salmon Project aims to identify the extent of road salt contamination in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia and support academic research into the effect of road salt on Coho salmon. We hope this will eventually lead to salt being classed as a toxic substance requiring a licence to apply it.
Jennifer Atchison Environmental Centre
Education and Advocacy Representative
Alan James: email@example.com
OPPORTUNITIES FOR PARTICIPATION
Attend a Meeting
Membership meetings are held on alternate first Thursdays of the month
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Location: Jennifer Atchison Environmental Centre, 2730 Beaverbrook Crescent, on the north end of the Stoney Creek Community School grounds.
Members and potential members are welcome to attend. To raise a specific topic, please send us an email in the CONTACT form to the left.
FUTURE MEETING DATES:
PLEASE NOTE: In-person meetings have been temporarily suspended due to the COVID-19 situation, but we are meeting over Zoom. Please check the calendar for details.