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2014 Environmental Heroes add to historic orchard in Fort Langley

The 2014 addition to the historic apple orchard at Fort Langley National Historic Park was planted Saturday by three people named as environmental heroes for 2014, in a program sponsored annually by MP Mark Warawa (right). This year’s honourees are Dianne Kask, a teacher at Parkside Centennial Elementary, Les Clay of the Arboretum and Botanical Society of Langley and Kristin Cassie, principal of Roots And Wings Montessori School. - Frank Bucholtz/Langley Times
The 2014 addition to the historic apple orchard at Fort Langley National Historic Park was planted Saturday by three people named as environmental heroes for 2014, in a program sponsored annually by MP Mark Warawa (right). This year’s honourees are Dianne Kask, a teacher at Parkside Centennial Elementary, Les Clay of the Arboretum and Botanical Society of Langley and Kristin Cassie, principal of Roots And Wings Montessori School.
— image credit: Frank Bucholtz/Langley Times
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