February Volunteer Spotlight Recognizing Margaret How and James Chapman
Created: Thursday, 09 February 2017 11:18
This month HAT would like to recognize the inspiring volunteerism of Margaret How and James Chapman.
When we asked the HAT staff, who should we shine the spotlight on to say thank you to next? HAT Biologist Kristiina Ovaska instantly chimed in, "these two! They're at every event I've organized."
If you've been out volunteering with us there's a good chance you've met James and Margaret. We asked these two to share something about themselves that you may not already know.
Margaret says, "I have become passionate about nature here and it extends to restoring wood furniture rather than it becoming garbage."
James says, "I moved to Victoria in 1984 from the Peace River Country. I love animals and cartoons."
Margaret and James come together for conservation, time after time.
That kind of regular commitment is certainly something to praise. In fact, we'll be seeing them both at Habitat Acquisition Trust's first restoration event of the season in only a short while. Margaret also selflessly volunteered her time to set-up the AGM that so many guests enjoyed.
"Volunteering with HAT and CRD parks is the best way we can think of to express and share our gratitude for the amazing natural world we live in," explains Margaret.
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