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Mark Your Calendars - DNV Parks: NATURAL PARKLAND EVENTS
Wed Sep 5, 2018 20:19

DNV Parks: FALL 2018 NATURAL PARKLAND EVENTS
Saturday, September 15th: Friends of Hunter Park
10 AM – 12 PM – Meet at the Hendecourt Rd entrance at the northeast side of the park. We will be working with Friends of Hunter Park to plant native species in a previously restored area beside Hastings Creek & will also remove invasive plants around the trails in the area.

Sunday, September 16th: Lynn Canyon Park ‘Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup’
10 30 AM – 12 30 PM – Meet at the Lynn Canyon Ecology Centre
A perfect event for local families! Come help Ecology Centre nature educators clean up the rocky riverside area of Lynn Creek. Fun fact: there has been 11 ‘Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanups’ at this site since 2010 with over 300 lbs of garbage collected! Space for this event is limited. Please RSVP here: https://www.shorelinecleanup.ca/cleanups/49x9g

Saturday, September 22nd: Gardening Day at ‘Gerry’s Garden’
10 AM—1 PM—Meet at the entrance to the garden, south of the parking lot/Loutet Farm and north of Brooksbank Elementary
Come join us for a day of gardening at the wonderful and inspiring Gerry’s Garden! This garden lies on both City and District land within the Keith Lynn neighbourhood—we will be focusing on the garden beds that lie within the District portion.

Saturday, September 22nd : Rivers Day at Delbrook Community Centre
11 AM— 2 PM — Details at the community centre front desk
The Delbrook Community Centre will be having a community art project inside the centre starting at 11 AM, and at 1 PM we will be planting native ferns and shrubs along the bank of Mosquito Creek along the trails of William Griffin Park. This is a great family oriented event for all ages.

Saturday, September 29th: Evergreen Pl Planting Maintenance and Restoration
10 AM – 1 PM – Meet at the entrance to the pathway, located on Ma-hon Ave across from Evergreen Pl.
Join us as we return to the Norwood Queens neighbourhood to continue the battle against invasive species. After removing any regrowth of blackberry or ivy, we will be planting additional native shrubs.
Please RSVP with Natural Parkland staff so that we can prepare our tools, gloves, and snacks accordingly.
Can’t wait to see you out there!!

Tyler Farley, Trail & Habitat Coordinator 604-990-3806
Megan Cooper, Trail & Habitat Coordinator 604-990-3841

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