During all seasons, when high water flows through the South Alouette and when BC Hydro release water over the dam to lower the reservoir levels, local residents are asked to report any sightings of stranded fry in large amounts. To report please post on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram
Join us! Come one, come all and join the Maple Ridge Community Builders and Adopt-A-Block for various volunteer litter pick-up/ walk in the fresh air events! Meet at the yellow chicken in Memorial Peace Park! For more information contact the Maple Ridge Adopt-a-Block Program at adopta
“Hatch Match’r Fly and Tackle in Maple Ridge is working with B.C. Hydro to minimize death to salmon fry due to high water fluctuations. If you encounter large numbers of dead salmon fry, please take pictures and note locations.” Read more for further information.
ARMS will be presenting our 2015 annual activities update to council this Monday March 7th at 1:00pm in the Maple Ridge City Hall Chambers. This presentation is open to the public and we encourage anyone interested to come and join us
The Katzie First Nation election results have been announced. We would like to congratulate Chief Susan Miller as she starts her second term as chief. Peter James Jr. and Rick Bailey, who served on the previous council were also re-elected into their positions. They are now joined by
A story about hope… …Toad People is an inspiring new documentary film project produced by the Wilderness Committee about people in communities across British Columbia who are taking action to save the wildlife in their backyards. Click here to watch the trailer!
By JACK EMBERLY January 28, 2016 It’s not an assault on fish habitat, but it looks like it from the road. Mounds of freshly excavated dirt, the deep tracks of earth movers, vegetation uprooted in a marsh across the Lougheed Highway from Silvermere Lake, near Mission. I’ve watched scoo