A Maple Ridge high school animal welfare club made a generous donation to the Alouette River Management Society.
Westview High School Animal Aid and Welfare Club donated $ 500 to the Maple Ridge Environmental Group.
The money will go to the ARMS Save Our Salmon campaign.
“This money will go into a fund that we can either use for legal fees if we are working on advocacy, it will also be used to buy things like plants if we are doing a restoration project, or alternatively large woody debris. if we create more forested habitat for salmonids, we can use it for a lot of different things in the Save Our Salmon fund, ”said Greta Borick-Cunningham, executive director of ARMS.
The Animal Aid and Welfare Club was founded and is now run by students from Westview. Their mission is to help animals in need – not just domestic animals, but also wild animals and their environment.
“We believe it is important for us as local citizens to protect our environment and the native species that depend on this land, which is why we have chosen to donate to ARMS,” said a statement. of the online club.
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