Calendar aims to educate, raise funds (Peace Arch News)

Baby raccoons perched atop a moss-covered log, a black-tailed deer standing in the fall leaves and a decidedly curious-looking mink are among a dozen images that have been compiled as part of efforts to see the south Campbell Heights area saved from industrialization.

The photos are to give people an idea of “what would be lost if we push into this area too tightly,” Bob Donnelly, president of the Semiahmoo Fish and Game Club, said of images that fill a ‘South Surrey’s Natural Heritage in Peril’ 2017 calendar.

The photographs were all taken within the past two years in an area for which a Local Area Plan – intended to help guide development – is currently being developed.

Calendar sales, which began Nov. 13, are to raise funds for Friends of Hazelmere Campbell Valley, a group that formed a year ago in the wake of news that a truck-park application was being pushed ahead of the LAP process; eyed for 77 acres adjacent to the fish-rich Little Campbell River.

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by Tracy Holmes (Peace Arch News)
November 29, 2016

Photo: Bob Donnelly, of the Semiahmoo Fish & Game Club, shows a calendar that has been created using images of wildlife that call south Campbell Heights home. The calendars are being sold to support efforts by Friends of Hazelmere & Campbell Valley to prevent industrial development in the area
(Photo by Tracy Holmes)

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Calendar Now Available

$15: Online (click “Buy Now” to order via PayPal and have the calendar shipped to you)

$10 Cash & Carry at the Brookswood office of Dr. Kim Stepney (20103 40th Ave, Langley. M/T/Th 8am-5pm, W 8am-8pm)

Share our love of one of South Surrey’s last endangered natural heritage sites this holiday season. Proceeds will support efforts to protect the Hazelmere | Campbell Valley.

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