Eco stewardship activities are happening across several Metro Vancouver Regional Parks on Saturday, October 25th, 2014.
Join the Weedbusters from the Burnaby Lake Park Association to remove invasive English ivy at Burnaby Lake Regional Park. We are meeting at the Avalon Entrance parking lot (9100 Avalon Avenue Burnaby), at 10 am.
The Weedbusters have been hard at work over the years making great progress at ridding the park of ivy and other invasive plants. We will be working in a forested area near the Brunette River, tackling one of the remaining patches of ivy in the park. Wear sturdy footwear as we’ll be stepping off the trails, and dress appropriate for the weather conditions of the day. Gloves, tools, and snacks will all be provided, just bring your enthusiasm and industrious attitude!
This is a great opportunity for your local community group to come out and contribute to your local environment with others who care about the park. Scouts, Guides, Church, work groups – get in touch with us at the email below.
We look forward to seeing you next Saturday. We will have West Coast cookies from Thrifty Foods, organic apples from a Langley farm and native plant seedlings to give-away from NATS.
To ensure we have enough goodies and equipment, just let us know you’re coming:
3 ways you can RSVP:
- via the Facebook Event page
- or if you are a MeetUp member, via the link below:
We look forward to seeing you on the 25th October!
Sunday, September 28, 2014 – World Rivers Day is a global event celebrating rivers in Canada and around the world. 2014 will be the 10th anniversary of World Rivers Day and 34th annual Rivers Day in BC.
This will be one of many celebrations happening around the world, involving millions of people in over 60 countries, promoting sustainability and stewardship of our streams and rivers.
This family friendly event will include live music, face painting, an interactive children’s fishing activity, a display from the Vancouver Aquarium, and exhibits from the City’s many environmental community partners. Deer Lake Brook, one of Burnaby’s most ecologically important streams, runs through the Burnaby Village Museum grounds. The event is the perfect time to learn about Burnaby’s historical connection to its many natural waterways.
Admission is free and all museum exhibits and facilities will be open.
Visit the BLPA display at the City of Burnaby’s Environment Festival on May 31. Click the link to find out about activities and directions
As part of Environment Week, we have two Weedbuster Sessions to remove invasive species in at Burnaby Lake Park on Sunday, June 1 from 1-4 pm and Tuesday, June 3 from 6:30-8:30 pm. Both sessions will meet at the Avalon Parking lot off of Cariboo Road.
Come see us on Saturday, May 17 as we join in on the opening of the Burnaby Lake Nature House with the MetroVan Park Interpreters
Staff at the Burnaby Lake Nature House are getting ready for the Forest Fairy Gathering this weekend. Come join them in your best fairy or gnome costume this Saturday, 11-3pm. Facepainting, fairy parade, storytime and build your own fairy home with supplies from ‘Gnome Depot’.
Burnaby Lake Park Interpreters ready for the Forest Fairy and Gnome gathering on Saturday, May 17, 11-3