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Hydro helps out

Pictured here are, from left, Crystal Klim, executive director, Central Kootenay Invasive Plant Committee; Teal Moffat, natural resources specialist, BC Hydro; and Doug Johnson, environmental field services manager, BC Hydro - Submitted
Pictured here are, from left, Crystal Klim, executive director, Central Kootenay Invasive Plant Committee; Teal Moffat, natural resources specialist, BC Hydro; and Doug Johnson, environmental field services manager, BC Hydro
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BC Hydro is proud to support the Central Kootenay Invasive Plant Committee’s invasive species aquatic workshop. This workshop will help to increase awareness of invasive aquatic species and their impacts in the Central Kootenay region and prevent the further introduction and spread of aquatic invaders.

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