Caring for Churn Creek

Caring for Churn Creek

The success of last weekend’s BC Parks 100th year celebration event held in the Churn Creek Protected Area was due to the hard work, contributions and sponsorship of many people, businesses and the B.C. government.

The success of last weekend’s BC Parks 100th year celebration event held in the Churn Creek Protected Area was due to the hard work, contributions and sponsorship of many people, businesses and the B.C. government. This group, gathered around the 100 Years of Adventure sign (hanging at the calving barn), played leading roles in hosting the successful celebration and their efforts will continue into the future as they work toward the continued care and preservation of the protected area. Left to right are: Marika Welsh (BC Parks area supervisor), Mike Woodruff (BC Parks ranger), Tom Hughes (BC Parks area supervisor), Don Lawrence (Fisheries and Oceans Canada/senior habitat biologist) and John Thompson (Sona Resources Corp. president). Next: Glen Davidson, Fred McMechan, Steve Mazur, Ordell Steen and Lorne Gulliford— all of whom belong to the Friends of Churn Creek Protected Area Society, as does Phyllis Webstad (front right, also with Sona Resources Corp.)