At their last meeting, the SRD Board approved a motion to keep the wood chips created by it’s residential wood debris pickup in rural areas, but have yet to decide how they will be distributed.Continue reading SRD deciding how to allocate wood chips
Quadra ICAN sells 250 gallon water storage tanks at cost ($200 each).
According to Kris Wellstein, from the ICAN water security team, they have sold about 200 so far. She connected Cortes Currents with two Heriot Bay residents to get further details about their installations.Continue reading Rainwater harvesting: A more responsible way to water your garden
The Water Security Team, part of Quadra Island’s Climate Action Network (Quadra ICAN), is stepping up its offerings of information, research and implementation of projects vital to the future of water.Continue reading An outpouring of education from Quadra Island’s Water Security Team
It has been a month since the Quadra ICAN Energy Efficiency Team achieved its goal of having 14 solar panels installed on the roof of Quadra Elementary School.
According to Mike Gall, one of the participants in this project, they will only supply about 5% of the school’s needs – but that is not their purpose.
This solar array is meant to be an educational tool. Students and the general public, will soon be able to go online and monitor the performance of the solar panels that a typical house on Quadra or Cortes Island would need.Continue reading Solar Panels on Quadra Elementary School
The Quadra Island Action Network (Quadra ICAN) was given charitable status on January 20th, 2022.Continue reading Quadra ICAN obtains charitable status