Inondations : la facture est salée à Gracefield | Crue printanière 2019 | ICI Radio-Canada.ca
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With the ottawa and gatineau rivers running very high due to the rain and snow melt here is a quick update.
Lac Heney is just starting to melt and the water is high and pretty close to the levels from 2 years ago.
Bees are the backbone of the environment as we know it, helping many plant and animal species by pollinating. “More than 20,000 bee species around the world are
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We are looking for volunteers to join the Membership and Communications Committee. The initial time commitment will be a 10-20 hours in total over the next 3 months.
The committee is preparing for a roll-out of our “Bay Captain” program in spring 2019. Our goal is to create and deliver materials to help Bay Captains inform our neighbours of association news and share issues involving the watershed.
We need help to:
• Create/edit Bay Captain materials, such as listing responsibilities and roles
• Create/edit educational “primers” on high profile subjects – algae, weeds, water clarity
• Participate on a focus group to review materials
• Act as a Bay Captain and/or help our Bay Captains
• Manage communications with Bay Captains on behalf of the Committee
• Compile Bay Captain info packages and deliver to other volunteers
• Create residential email contact lists so we can easily reach all of our neighbours
To get more information or volunteer, please use the contact form or email directly to firstname.lastname@example.org. Our association only works through our volunteers! We cannot achieve our goals without the commitment of our lake neighbours.
Thanks from Rock, John, Duka, Sean, Aileen and Roger
APLH Membership and Communications Committee