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Weedbusters 2018-1

Join us on Earth Day tackling and removing invasive species! These are non-native plants that have become established and replaced native species around Burnaby Lake.

We’ll provide gloves, tools, and snacks. Dress for the weather and be prepared to work off-trail in the woods. Ages 8+.

We’re meeting at the Glencarin Trail entrance and will plan to sweep the south shore  of English Ivy & Scotch Broom.

To keep up to date with any changes, please check our social media and website closer to the date where we will have the latest news with any changes (e.g. due to weather or things beyond our control). You can also sign up here to be on our email list to receive reminders for the next Weedbusters event.

For more information or to arrange for a group to attend, contact Ann at info@burnabylakepark.ca.

 

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Get to the Know the BLPA – April 2018

You’re invited to Get to the Know the BLPA

Guest speaker:  Rebeca Salas – “Saving Burnaby Lake”

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Rebeca Salas completed research about the community activists who worked to clean up and preserve the aquatic environment of Burnaby Lake and their legacy of stewardship. She received her MA in Geography from Simon Fraser University, and is interested in community heritage.

We will take the time to have a very short meeting to conduct our AGM business.

Then we will break for refreshments which will provide an opportunity for you to meet the BLPA directors and other volunteers, pick up a Weedbusters schedule or the latest Check It Out, and have the chance to ask any questions you might have.

Full AGM agenda will be published/emailed by April 4.

Space is limited. Please RSVP so we can plan for refreshments and seating.

Parking information below RSVP form. 

You can RSVP for the Get to Know the BLPA Guest Speaker presentation using the form below or send an email to info@burnabylakepark.ca .

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Getting Ready for Spring at Burnaby Lake

Join us for another stewardship work party with the Burnaby Lake Park Association.

We are focusing on the east end of Burnaby Lake around the Avalon Parking Lot and Cariboo Dam. Please come and help us get the area ready for the change to the warmer season ahead with bird nesting activity and the new spring growth.

We have 2 tasks:

  1. Servicing the nest boxes that are in the area and
  2. Planting native plants to finish a job we started in the fall.

Please come dressed for the weather and be prepared to work off trails. Wear warm, dry clothing and sturdy, waterproof footwear. We provide all the tools and equipment you’ll need and will have refreshments on hand.

Date:               Saturday, February 3, 2018
Time:              10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Where:            Lenson House – (yellow house across the road from the Parks Central Area                                      Office  at 9146 Avalon Ave.)
Park in the Avalon Parking Lot off Cariboo Road and walk back to the meeting                                  place. We’ll have signs up.

Check our Directions page for transit information including bus stop numbers.

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