Westshore Watershed Society plans plant protection

Society is in the process of creating some informative signs for Langford trials and lakes

Pointing out special features in nature, the Westshore Watershed Society is in the process of creating some informative signs for Langford trials and lakes.

“The signs will point out significant trail features like the native plants and flora and fauna,” said Douglas Rowe, president of the Westshore Watershed Society. “We want to inform the public and protect the species from incidents and accidents.”

The society is working with the City of Langford, who granted $1,000 for the project, to determine where the signs will be posted.

The proposal includes 12 signs to be installed at the beginning of several trails in the city.

 

The society plans to have the signs installed by summer.

 

 

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