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Local donates to Nature Trust

Rob Neil, Kootenay conservation land manager with The Nature Trust, (left) is pictured receiving the cheque from Purdy. - Photo submitted
Rob Neil, Kootenay conservation land manager with The Nature Trust, (left) is pictured receiving the cheque from Purdy.
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Through the Kootenay Wildlife Heritage Fund, past director of The Nature Trust of BC, Carmen Purdy continues to support conservation efforts by donating $3,000 towards site rehabilitation and habitat restoration on Nature Trust lands in the Kootenays.

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