This program has ended but please check this website to see if the program will be offered again in fall 2020.
Saturdays, Sept. 21 to Oct. 26, 2019, 10:00 AM to 12 noon
What role can citizens take in caring for public lands? In this 6 week program, we’ll tour 4 local sites where citizen groups are restoring habitats for birds, fish, and other animals. The outdoor sessions will include a tour of the site and an opportunity for hands-on work. The hands-on work is optional; however, efforts will be made to have tasks available for all fitness levels.
In the two indoor sessions at Mt. Pleasant Community Centre, we’ll learn about how the City of Vancouver is planning to be the “Greenest City”in 2020 and beyond, the Vancouver Park Board’s “Biodiversity Plan,” and “The Wisdom of Plants and Indigenous Stewardship” with educator and herbalist Lori Snyder.
Sept. 21 Mt. Pleasant Community Centre. “Greenest City—Beyond 2020”. Brad Badelt, Vancouver City’s Sustainability Group.
Sept 28 Trout Lake Bog Restoration. Echo Ecological
Oct. 5 Jericho Beach Park. Jericho Stewardship Group
Oct 12 Still Creek. Still Creek Streamkeepers
Oct 19 Mt. Pleasant Community Centre. The Wisdom of Plants and Indigenous Stewardship. Lori Snyder.
VPB’s Biodiversity Plan – Krista Voth.
Oct 26 Everett Crowley Park – Everett Crowley Park Committee
Details of meeting spots will be sent to registrants.
Register online at Vancouver Recreation, by phone at 604-257-3080 or in person at 1 Kingsway. All fitness levels welcome. Ages 16+. $50.00.
Questions? Please use the Contact page of this website.