Rocky Point Park, October 24th 2020
Thank you to the City of Port Moody for your continued support! We’re looking forward to next time already!
The Lower Mainland Green team met on a chilly, beautiful Saturday morning at Rocky Point Park to remove an incredible amount of English Ivy and Himalayan Blackberry. The team demonstrated a great amount of leadership, and there were plenty of laughs, stories, and smiles the entire time!
Thank you to our volunteers: Natasha, John, Alex, Yu-Xing, Doug, Suzie, Brian, Mia, Oleh, Francis, Alison, Elena, Tyrell, Danielle, Ben, Nathan, Natasha, Jasmine, Steven, Mon, Mary, Diana, Paul, Daniel, Anne Marie, Brian, Daniel, Danielle, and Aaron!
And a SPECIAL THANKS to Yu-Xing for his beautiful photos! You can find them featured below, as well as in the meetup photo albums.
A Photo Albums from the day are found here: 1st Session & 2nd Session!
- In total 31 LGMT volunteers came out and removed 7 cubic meters of English Ivy and 1 cubic meter of Himalayan Blackberry. Our efforts totaled more than 62 volunteer hours!
- 7 people were introduced to the park and 3 people had never removed invasive species before!
- Thank you to our in-kind sponsors who donated thank you gifts to our community: EarthRated dog poop bags, eco-friendly soaps from Eartheasy, and West Coast Seeds.
I think that this program builds a sense of community. Everyone who attended was very kind and willing to help despite how cold it was outside. People really enjoyed going outside and helping the local environment.
I enjoyed the teamwork with a great bunch of people!
This program positively impacts natural parks and helps the community learn about the negative impacts of invasive plants on native species.