An interpretive sign, “The Amazing Shoreline World,” installed at the Garden entrance next to the shoreline restoration site, gives the visitor a glimpse into the rich interactions between the lake and upland ecosystems along the riparian and foreshore areas.
Slocan Lake Garden Society thanks all the volunteers and professionals who shared their enthusiasm and skills with the project:
Working Partner: The Village of New Denver.
Funding Sources and In-Kind Support: Village of New Denver, Fish & Wildlife Compensation Program, Columbia Basin Trust Community Initiatives and Affected Areas Program (New Denver, Silverton and RDCK Area H), KSCU Community Foundation and RDCK Community Development Fund, Stuart Nelson (Silverton Transport), Kayte Rock (Soup Du Jar).
Volunteers: Redfish School of Change students and instructors, SLGS volunteers.
Professionals: Robert Van de Werve (machine operator), Eileen Senyk of Benchmark Environmental Services (Ecosystem Restoration Plan), Terry Anderson (MOE), Cindy Walker (Project Manager).