Robert O’Lennick, home and property owner for this stretch of eroded land, stands surveying the work. The river bank along a 110-metre section of the Dore River was given some extra support by way of rip rap. Large rocks were stacked and built up along the newly-formed bank. Moving ground and laying rock was done by McBride company Profor. The crew wrapped up the job midday March 12th. The work that was done was mostly funded by a Regional District Grant in Aid received by the Dore River Climate Control Action Society. The society has applied for more grants and intends to continue work as more money is available. “I am very glad that it’s done,” said O’Lennick. “I hope more money is found so that work can continue. I want to help, and will do everything in my power to help my neighbours out.” /ANDREA ARNOLD