Cleaning Surrey’s fish habitat

Stream project took place at Accord Creek June 22.

Dozens people came out on June 22  to participate in a stream cleanup project in North Surrey.

In co-operation with the City of Surrey and SHaRP (Salmon Habitat Restoration Program), the Surrey North Conservative Association undertook a garbage cleanup at salmon-bearing Accord Creek which is located near 144 Street and 108 Avenue.

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