Rotarians from the Tsawwassen Club recently participated in a Department of Fisheries and Oceans program to protect fish and wildlife water habitats. 
The program is intended to educate and remind residents that neighbourhood storm drains empty directly to these habitats and therefore, should not be used for draining or dumping toxins of any kind, including paints, chemical solvents, pesticides or soaps. Rotarians spent a beautiful late summer evening placing bright yellow fish symbols near the storm drains and also delivering door hangers to nearby homes to inform residents of the purpose of the fish markings. This is an ongoing project of the Tsawwassen Rotary Club and one which is highly intentional in maintaining the health of our waterways and wildlife habitats, promoting sustainability in our community.