The last week of October, we were thrilled to join in on the Blue Jay Creek Hatchery tour presented for all fish hatchery organizations and enthusiasts. This day was funded by OFAH and Matt Demille was present for the tour at Blue Jay Creek hatchery and the ponds tour in Sandfield.
Matt also did a presentation on updated information pertaining to hatcheries at the Seniors hall at the Sheguiandah luncheon, provided by OFAH. Sue Meert of Manitoulin Streams did a presentation on our youth educational sessions and partnership with the Little Current Fish & Game Club. We thank Matt Demille of OFAH and Bill Strain of the Little Current Fish and Game Club for including us in on this amazing outreach session and we also appreciate the hats given to our Streams Team for the OFAH Community Hatchery program!
Photo Credits Mackenna Harrison
Photo credit Olivia Baudet
Join the challenge with the Rainbow District School Board students and staff and go paperless in support of World Paper Free Day.
Schools are being challenged to create 21st century paperless classrooms by avoiding the use of printers, photocopiers, hard copy reading materials, and paper-based tasks and assignments for the day.
This green initiative is part of the Environmental Committee’s ongoing efforts to encourage sustainable practices and increase awareness about paper consumption as Rainbow District School Board redoubles its efforts to fight climate change.
A climate change action plan is underway to have 100% of Rainbow Schools certified as EcoSchools within three years, with each school committed to reducing its carbon footprint and increasing sustainable practices.
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