A school of life-sized salmon sculptures now greets visitors to Lang Creek.
The "Salmon Garden" is the latest in a series of garden projects coordinated by the Lang Creek Garden Steering Committee and developed by many Friends of the Garden and community supporters.
Powell River artist, Wendy Halliday, and visiting artist, Judith Gilley from Shawnigan Lake, who is Michael Stewart's sister, were most helpful with their suggestions for layout and placement of the fish.
Three pieces of Lois Lake driftwood, contributed by Barb and Dave Rees, add a finishing touch to the new garden.
All involved in the project are delighted with the results and agree that it is a joy to see the fish and grasses dancing in the wind and occasional flurries of snow! Our many visitors are already catching the action with their cameras.
Once again, we gratefully acknowledge all volunteers, donors and contributors for making the Salmon Garden a reality. It takes a village to build a garden!
Article kindly submitted by Gail Scholefield