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Heritage Location

The Codd Island Wetlands are valued as the last remaining undiked floodplain wetlands within the Alouette River watershed, and are significant as a vital ecosystem. The topography of the wetlands is comprised of floodplain and highlands, which includes a coniferous and deciduous forest. Undiked and unfarmed, the wetlands serve as a tangible reminder of Pitt Meadows before its agricultural settlement began in the 1880s.

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