It’s that time of year again!
We are looking for volunteers to help us clean-up our Windebank property on
Saturday November 14th from 10am to 2pm.
The salmon are currently spawning in the creek so it’s the perfect time to clear out some blackberry and observe these amazing fish! We have had some good success fighting against the blackberry over the past year but this persistent plant will just not quit. We are looking for volunteers to help remove blackberry and prune some of the native plants. We will have some gloves and extra pruners on hand but if you can bring your own that would be great. Please dress appropriately for the day – who knows what the weather will bring! The ground can be quite mucky this time of year so rubber boots are recommended. We will also be removing some garbage from the property and will have appropriate safety gear for that activity.
This fall clean-up event will take place at the usual location: the dead end at the west end of Logan Street in Mission (you will see the gate to our property which lies below the mall at the Northeast corner of Lougheed and Cedar Connector).
We will have a guest speaker at lunchtime to talk about what the fish are currently up to in the creek.
If you can confirm you will be attending that would be great, send us a quick email to let us know so we have enough supplies on hand. If you want to just decide and show up on the day, that is fine too – the more the merrier!