Sierra’s replace signage at Cormack Marsh

The perseverance and dedication of the Sierra Crew is appreciated.

Fletcher Evans

Fletcher Evans

An invitation from Kelley Cook resulted in members of Princeton’s Sierra Fire Suppression Crew coming out to help students from John Allison and Vermilion Forks Elementary Schools clean up the wetland known as Cormack Marsh.  Crew members built bird and bat houses and installed them and have also built a walking path from the Trans Canada Trail right up to the marsh. Signs made from posters created by local students were placed around the marsh and along the KVR to educate and provide directions.  Members of the Sierra crew were enlisted to place the signs.

Most recently, Fletcher Evans, Will Campbell and Ryan Hamilton came out to the marsh to reinstall a post and signs that had been ripped out by vandals two weeks ago.

The perseverance and dedication of the Sierra Crew is appreciated.