The Bright Lake Association was recently awarded a $10,000.00 grant from Shell Oil, enabling preservation of the Bright Lake watershed.
The Association now has the opportunity for an additional $25,000.00 through a special project called “Fuelling Change,” also sponsored by Shell Oil.
This project can be viewed at www.fuellingchange.com which showcases environmental projects in Canada, including the Bright Lake Association project. Shell will choose grant recipients based on the number of votes each project garners.
How to Vote:
1. Log on the web site: www.fuellingchange.com
2. Find the project called “Huron Shores Watershed Management Plan”, Bright Lake Association.
3. Register with a Canadian address and…