Are you interested in piloting Clean Drain Dry messaging at local waterbodies? Moving into its second year, the Clean Drain Dry (CDD) project is accepting more partners for the multi-year pilot program designed to increase awareness and take action to prevent the establishment and spread of aquatic invasive species in BC. The Invasive Species Council of BC (ISCBC) is looking for aquatic stewardship groups to become partners to increase CDD awareness across the province. In the first year alone, we worked with 36 partners ranging from local stewardship groups, municipalities, regional invasive species organizations, Indigenous communities, ports, marinas, resorts and campgrounds. With such a diverse group of partners, we were able to raise the awareness in many communities across BC.
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