David Cook to receive DWV Environment Award, Nov 15 at Kay Meek Centre

We are thrilled to announce that OGCS Director David Cook has been chosen for this year’s Environment Award by West Vancouver.

David has worked tirelessly in service of the North Shore environment. As a professional geologist and biologist, he has published numerous articles and contributed to local knowledge through on-going studies of old-growth areas between Brothers Creek and McDonald Creek and monitoring of Bald Eagle nests surrounding Burrard Inlet since 2000. Several groups have benefited from his support as a director, including Old Growth Conservancy Society, Lighthouse Park Preservation Society, North Shore Black Bear Society and Nature Vancouver.

David’s work spans the North Shore and beyond. Nature doesn’t recognize boundaries. Neither does David.

West Vancouver is hosting the Community Awards Presentation on Tuesday, Nov 15 – 7 PM at the Kay Meek Centre. No tickets are required. The public is invited to join us in celebrating David’s well deserved recognition.