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Rain Gardens & Salmon
We had a great crowd come out to listen to the SC Streamkeepers Society first public event! We learned how we can build beautiful gardens and save salmon!
If you missed this event we were above to videotape the presentation by Deb Jones, Cougar Creek Streamkeepers, Delta BC.
The video is posted to our Video Page here
This event is very timely as we all have noticed that In recent years water conservation has become more important than ever.
The presenter answered the following questons:
What’s is a rain garden? How can installing a rain gardens help storm water drainage? Where does all the “stormwater runoff” from roads and parking lots (impervious surfaces) go? How does a rain garden help salmon?
This event was made possible from a grant from Neighbourhood Small Grants.
We acknowledge with gratitude that we live on the unceeded land of the shíshálh (Sechelt) and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) peoples.
For more information on how to construct a rain garden:
Thank you to all that attended, all the volunteers that helped make it happen and see you at our next Salmon Information Night!
Roberts Creek Invasive Plant Removals
Roberts Creek Estuary @ RC Rd bridge – Saturday, July 30, 2022
Join us for our ongoing monthly invasive plant removal on the second Saturday of each month (except in December).
Time: 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Please share event and invite your friends and family! It is really easy to social distance! 🙂
DIRECTIONS: Please meet us at Roberts Creek mandala (beside pier). We will be working over by the bridge.
Please bring gloves, eye protection and small clippers if you have them.
We will bring tarps, rakes and bags to collect the debris.
WHAT TO WEAR:
Please dress for the weather, rain gear (if raining) outdoor/gardening clothes that includes long sleeves, sturdy waterproof boots are a must and a hat is recommended.
If anyone has a truck or trailer that can help with transporting the green waste to the depot, that would be so awesome!
We look forward to seeing you all there! If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at email@example.com
We acknowledge we live with gratitude on the unceeded land of the shíshálh (Sechelt) and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) peoples.
Chapman Creek Invasive Plant Removals
Brookman Park – August 13 , 2022
We will continue to host this event at Brookman Park, Sechelt (beside Chapman Creek) on the second Saturday of the month.
Please bring gloves, eye protection and small or large clippers if you have them.
We will bring tarps, rakes and garbage cans to collect the debris.
WHAT TO WEAR:
Good sturdy waterproof boots would be very helpful along with work gloves, rain gear (if raining) and outdoor/gardening clothes that include long sleeves and a hat is recommended.
You will find us at Brookman Park at the Chapman Creek Road bridge on Hwy 101. There is a parking lot on the northern side of highway.
We are so grateful to the Town of Sechelt Parks Department as they have offered to pick up the green waste! Thank YOU very much!
If you have any questions please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We acknowledge with gratitude that we work and live on the unceded land of the shíshálh (Sechelt) peoples.
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