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2016 City of Surrey SHaRP in Full Swing

The 2016 Salmon Habitat Restoration Program (SHaRP) is well underway with seven team leaders (university students) and 18 crew (high school students). Dillon staff have overseen the day-to-day delivery of SHaRP for 20 years. Since SHaRP’s inaugural year in 1996, Dillon has employed over 600 students and the program has provided valuable employment and career-oriented experience to Surrey youth.  

Each year the program has a specific theme which the students work within. This year’s program has two teams - the Environmental Outreach Team, focusing on community engagement, environmental education and communications; and the Field Team’ focusing on watershed enhancement and restoration activities and agricultural stewardship initiatives.  

Click here for a YouTube video produced by the students, introducing this year’s Teams and program highlights. 

Pictured is Bill Woods, SHaRP Watershed Enhancement Team Leader

Bill Woods SHaRP

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