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Recreation Path Shoreline Naturalization Project a success!

11/19/2013

The KahnawÓ:ke Environment Protection Office (KEPO) is pleased to announce the successful completion of its Shoreline Naturalization project thanks to the exceptional effort contributed by local volunteers. In total, one hundred trees and shrubs were planted along the Recreation Path.


Conditions were difficult as the ground was hard and many large rocks and rubble were encountered but volunteers persevered to get the job done. KEPO would like to thank volunteers from the Kanien′kÚha RatiwennahnÝ:rats Adult Immersion Program, Conservation Officers, MCK staff, as well as all other community members who took the time to help out.

Signs will be installed in the spring providing additional information on the project. Click here to learn about the benefits of naturalizing our shoreline.

Funding for the project was made available from the TD Friends of the Environment Fund.

Should you like additional information on the results of this initiative, or on any other environmental issues, please contact the Environment Protection Office at 450-635-0600.

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