On Monday November 4th, 2013 Bill Strain from the Little Current Fish and Game Club presented Ted Williamson with a cheque for $1000 as an open donation for Manitoulin Streams.
Our partnership with the Little Current Fish and Game Club has been a great pleasure and we thank them for their support!
On November 2nd a wonderful group of 26 volunteers showed up for the first M’Chigeeng Community River Cleanup. Lyndsay Taibossigai coordinator with Right to Play organized volunteers from the community, Lakeview School students and Manitoulin Streams.
We gathered behind the arena for a blessing and teaching on the importance of water. We then split up to clean up different portions of the river. It was amazing what we found and the hard work put in by the volunteers removing it. The students of Lakeview School and their teacher Connie Freeman have spearheaded the restoration efforts on this river to improve the water quality, fish and aquatic habitat. Kudos to all of those that helped out!
Manitoulin Streams and 3 volunteer students showed up on Saturday October 19, 2013 to Nortons creek and planted over 200 trees. White pine and red pines were planted alongside the creek to help enrich this rehabilitated habitat.
Thank you to our volunteers for a job well done!
What a great day on Friday, our Providence Bay Shoreline Cleanup was a success! 26 children and several adults tackled the shoreline to clean up. Manitoulin Streams was happy to give a tour of the recently rehabilitation stream at the beach to all who attended.
A big thank you to all our volunteers for their hard work and to Island Foodland and Up Top Shop for their donations to this event.
Manitoulin Streams wants to invite volunteers to come out to Providence Bay at the Interpretive Center on September 27th for the Great Canadian Shoreline Clean up starting at 10:00am.
Thank you to the Up Top Shop and Island Foodland in Mindemoya for their support and donations.