BC Hydro donates to Creston Valley wildlife area and bird fest

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(From left) BC Hydro representative Diane Tammen

BC Hydro recently made donations to two local organizations.

(Above) The Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area (CVWMA) received a contribution of $422,130, and annual operating grant delivered by the Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program to Ducks Unlimited, which administers the funds under an agreement with the B.C. government.

(Below) Organizers of the Creston Valley Bird Fest received a $1,500 contribution to the annual festival, held this year from May 12-14. Through its community investment initiatives, BC Hydro works with and lends a hand to non-profit organizations that are also committed to building a more energy conscious, safer and prosperous British Columbia. (From left) Kate Hall, Terry-Jo Henry, BC Hydro representative Sally MacDonald and Terry Posynick.

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