To maintain the health of Kanaka Creek watershed’s natural ecosystems through education, community involvement, scientific research, land preservations and partnerships based on stewardship principles.
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We take a look at how a sudden surge of Arctic air is affecting the creek and the forest in Albion Park.
Off we go with a brand new year. Read about how we finished up the previous and most unusual one. 2020newsletter-2
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