Greenways Board of Directors

Sandra Milligan, President (2010 – present)
Chuck DeSorcy, Vice President (1997 – present)
Katherine Dolmage, Treasurer (2017 – present)
Laura Chessor, Secretary (2014 – present)
Bob Dice (1999 – present)
Richard Hamilton (2003 – present)
Kim Toonders (2018 – present)

Peter Schwarzhoff (2020)
Ray Allan (2015 – 2017)
Stacey Larsen (2014 – 2015)
Patrick Kelly (2013 – 2014)
Barb Phipps (2009 – 2014)
Jerry Fletcher (1997 – 2013)
Ron Burrell (1997 – 2013)
Tom Porsberg (2013)
Maggie Parks (2012)
Bill Reekie (2010 – 2012)
Peter Woods (2010 – 2012)
Vanessa Bramhill (2010)
Stan Goodrich (2009 – 2010)
Barry Ross (1997 – 2009)
Brian Giles (2002)
Aaron Smeeth (1997 – 1998)
Irv Penner (1997)
Shirley Slager (1997)
Michael Roth (1997)


Greenways Projects

2019

  • Baikie Island Nature Reserve & Campbell River Estuary Restoration [funded by City of Campbell River, Environment and Climate Change Canada, BC Hydro and TD Friends of the Environment]
  • Natural Areas Conservation, Stewardship Resource Centre, Community Outreach [funded by Province of British Columbia and City of Campbell River]
  • Haig-Brown Kingfisher Creek | Restoration Phase 2 [funded by Fisheries and Oceans Canada and Campbell River Salmon Foundation]
  • Junior Streamkeepers, Schools Engagement in Riparian and Foreshore Restoration [funded by Environment and Climate Change Canada and City of Campbell River]
  • Streamkeepers [funded by Fisheries and Oceans Canada]
  • Strathcona Food Security Hub [funded by Island Health]
  • Invasive Species – Knotweed and Broom and Adopt-A-Trail [funded by City of Campbell River]

2018

  • Baikie Island Nature Reserve & Campbell River Estuary Restoration [funded by City of Campbell River, Environment and Climate Change Canada, BC Hydro and TD Friends of the Environment]
  • Schools Engagement in Riparian and Foreshore Restoration [funded by Environment and Climate Change Canada and City of Campbell River]
  • Haig-Brown Kingfisher Creek | Restoration Phase 2 [funded by Fisheries and Oceans Canada and Campbell River Salmon Foundation]
  • Streamkeepers [funded by Fisheries and Oceans Canada]
  • Natural Areas Conservation, Stewardship Resource Centre [funded by Province of British Columbia and City of Campbell River]
  • Community Outreach  [funded by Province of British Columbia]
  • Invasive Species – Knotweed and Broom and Adopt-A-Trail [funded by City of Campbell River]
  • Strathcona Food Security Hub [funded by Island Health]

2017

  • Baikie Island Nature Reserve & Campbell River Estuary Restoration [funded by City of Campbell River, Environment and Climate Change Canada and TD Friends of the Environment]
  • Haig-Brown Kingfisher Creek | Restoration Phase 2 [funded by Fisheries and Oceans Canada and Campbell River Salmon Foundation]
  • Schools Engagement in Riparian and Foreshore Restoration [funded by Environment and Climate Change Canada and City of Campbell River]
  • Community Outreach  [funded by Province of British Columbia]
  • Natural Areas Conservation, Stewardship Resource Centre [funded by Province of British Columbia and City of Campbell River]
  • Streamkeepers [funded by Fisheries and Oceans Canada]
  • Strathcona Food Security Hub [funded by Island Health]
  • Invasive Species – Knotweed and Broom and Adopt-A-Trail [funded by City of Campbell River]
  • Access to Seafood [funded by Strathcona Regional District/BC Healthy Communities]

2016

  • Baikie Island Nature Reserve & Campbell River Estuary Restoration [funded by City of Campbell River, Environment and Climate Change Canada and TD Friends of the Environment]
  • Haig-Brown Kingfisher Creek | Restoration Phase 2 [funded by Fisheries and Oceans Canada and Campbell River Salmon Foundation]
  • Schools Engagement – Stewardship Learning [funded by Environment and Climate Change Canada, City of Campbell River, Province of British Columbia, Fisheries and Oceans Canada]
  • Adopt-A-Trail [funded by City of Campbell River]
  • Strathcona Food Security Hub [funded by Island Health]
  • Access to Seafood [funded by Strathcona Regional District/BC Healthy Communities]
  • Canada Goose Banding Project [funded by Nature Conservancy of Canada, Pacific Salmon Foundation, City of Campbell River and Campbell River Fish and Wildlife Association]
  • Deltoid Balsamroot Restoration Project [funded by Environment Canada Species at Risk Interdepartmental Recovery Fund in partnership with Wei Wai Kum First Nation]
  • Campbell River’s Urban Watershed Invasive Species Program 2016 [funded by City of Campbell River]
  • Streamkeepers [funded by Fisheries and Oceans Canada]
2010-2015
  • Public Involvement Program 2009-2016 [funded by Fisheries and Oceans Canada]
  • Campbell River’s Urban Watershed Invasive Species Program 2014-2015 [funded by varying partners over the years: City of Campbell River, TD Friends of the Environment and Nature Conservancy of Canada]
  • Haig-Brown Kingfisher Creek | Restoration Phase 1 [funded by various partners over the years: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Campbell River Salmon Foundation and Campbell River Community Foundation]
  • Canada Goose Banding Project [funded by Nature Conservancy of Canada, Pacific Salmon Foundation, City of Campbell River and Campbell River Fish and Wildlife Association]
  • Baikie Island Nature Reserve Maintenance [funded by City of Campbell River]
  • Myrt Thompson Trail Restoration Project [funded by TD Friends of the Environment and TD Tree Days]
  • Frogger 15km Fun Run [funded by City of Campbell River]
  • Adopt-A-Trail [funded by varying partners over the years: TD Canada, BC Hydro, Friends of Beaver Lodge and Salvage Harvest]
  • Laughing Willow Community Garden Accessibility Upgrades [funded by Campbell River Community Foundation]
  • Evergreen – Canon Take a Root Program [funded by Evergreen Canada]
  • Salmon Enhancement Program Community Workshop [funded by Investors Group, Campbell River Salmon Foundation, FORTIS BC, Dynamic Aqua Supply, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Pacific Salmon Foundation and City of Campbell River]
  • Urban Forest Management Plan [funded by Real Estate Foundation of BC]
  • Greenways Land Trust Grant in Aid [funded by City of Campbell River]
  • Bingo Hall Affiliation [funded by BC Gaming Association]
  • Biodiversity vs Sterility in Urban Watersheds [funded by Pacific Salmon Foundation]
  • Greenways Gallop [financed through general public registration fees]
  • Greenways Loop – Jubilee Connector [funded by Community Development Trust, Island Coastal Economic Trust, Fisheries and Oceans Canada]
  • Greenways Loop – Jubilee Connector Willow Creek Bridge Construction [funded by Campbell River Community Foundation]
  • Greenways Loop – Jubilee Connector Willow Creek Planting [funded by Pacific Salmon Foundation]
  • Haig-Brown Kids Camp [funded by TD Friends of the Environment and Coastal Community Spirit Fund]

 


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