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Help Save Beaverhill Lake

Famous for huge flocks of Snow Geese, Beaverhill Lake is threatened by the 312 km2 Dodds-Roundhill strip mine and gasification project. Edmonton City owned EPCOR is a major partner in this Tarsands related project.

According to Japanese legend, anyone who folds 1000 origami Cranes is granted a wish. Changing the custom slightly, Rewild Alberta! and Voice for Animals plans to present City Hall with 1000 origami Snow Geese and wish that EPCOR pulls out of this destructive project.

This is a gentle and peaceful way to get our message across, while giving the media a powerful visual image.

Volunteers are needed to fold Snow Geese. Fold as many as you can,when you can.

To learn how to fold Snow Geese,teaching sessions will be held as needed at:

Voice for Animals
2nd Floor, 6328 104 Street, Edmonton

To help protect this internationally important wetland and migratory bird site, contact Kevin at 421-7335 or aspenparkland [at] yahoo [dot] com

Posted February 25, 2008 by Anonymous

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