On Saturday August 11, under the glowing sun, we came together with community members to spend some time in Lundrigan’s Marsh. The purpose of the event was to help locals understand the important functions of this rare wetland, i.e. filtering runoff, storing water and reducing flood risk, and providing wildlife habitat. Read more about our…Details
Summer in St. John’s reminds us of the importance of good water quality. NAACAP was in the news recently commenting on how to select a clean swimming hole. We also provided some insight into that musty taste in St. John’s tap water we are currently experiencing. Check these articles out and be informed!
Our community cleanup and planting event at Lundrigan’s Marsh was recently featured on the WWF Canada blog. Check out the link to see community members engaging in revitalization of a local St. John’s wetland. Photo: Geoff Whiteway.
Join us in beautifying Lundrigan’s Marsh, a unique and productive gem of an ecosystem surrounded by industrial development. We will be planting flowers and doing a cleanup. All welcome! Date and time: June 7, 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Meet at the Lundrigan’s Marsh lookout, 335 East White Hills Road, St. John’s Supplies will be…Details