“It is,” say event organizers, “an excellent opportunity to learn more about this special river and the need to begin real and meaningful environmental restoration and rehabilitation.”
Tickets for the four-hour excursion, including lunch, are $25 (U.S.). For more information contact the CEA in Windsor at 519-973-1116 or visit its Web site at www.mnsi.net/~cea. News Hits is edited by Metro Times news editor Curt Guyette. He can be reached at
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