Lot 302 Fundraising Efforts
This purchase has created a 40 acre (16 ha) Ecological Reserve protecting a corridor from Surge Narrows dock to the far boundary of an existing Fish & Forest Reserve at the headwaters of Read Island’s most important salmon streams.
The young people of Surge Narrows School and beyond have put together a wonderful interpretive nature trail through the newly purchased lands... Complete with a beautiful guide pamphlet to take through the trail (please return to the trail head sign after use)
The Discovery Islands Ecosystem Mapping (DIEM) Project is a community response to top-down land management, concerns about development impacts, and questions about what’s appropriate.
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Community Planning Process
SNCA RECEIVED GRANT FUNDING TO BUILD AN OUTDOOR PAVILLION AT SURGE!
We just received news that we received $39,600 to build an outdoor meeting place that will enable our community to gather outside in a dry covered area.
This is very exciting as clearly there is a strong need for this type of space for our community.
We put forward a general proposal for the purposes of the application and we are looking forward to getting more community input on the final location and design of the pavillion.
If you're interested in getting involved with moving this project forward, please contact Jim Mallis (email@example.com).
If you have any questions,
SNCA email address (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Also, a friendly reminder that if you haven't paid your 2021-2022 membership dues ($20/person) or would like to make a donation to SNCA or the Current please email email@example.com.
SNCA Board 2021-2022 Sheila (Chair), dood (Secretary), Jim (Treasurer), Renee, Eve