Let’s take a wintertime look around lower Kanaka.
During the epic flood of November 2021, Kanaka tributary Horseshoe Creek opened its doors to coho salmon seeking a safe haven to spawn in. These little tributaries are rock stars!
KEEPS and Metro Vancouver Regional Parks have kicked off the first component of this exciting project, which also involves the Pacific Parklands Foundation, local First Nations, and the City of Maple Ridge. We begin with fall field trips to the location for classes that will participate in Spring 2022.
A $5,200 grant from the George Ross Legacy fund enabled us to restore an area in Kanaka Creek Regional Park that had been subject to heavy recreational impacts. Volunteers helped prepare the site and then plant native vegetation. A second site north of Rainbow Bridge was planted with alder November 7th, and thanks go to … Read more
It was as good as ghoul on the banks of Kanaka as we kicked off Halloween.
Once again, off we go with this Maple Ridge fall classic. We are grateful to Metro Vancouver staff and our volunteers!
The crowd goes wild along Kanaka.
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