Another lovely day at Cattle Point for Friends of Uplands Park Volunteers on Sunday February 22, 2015. Thank you to our volunteers.
Margaret Likkea reports that on Sunday, February 22, 2015, 27 people worked mainly on ivy and Daphne for 58 hours. This included 10 UVic students and several Glenlyon students. People worked very hard and removed so much! We will work in this area again next Sunday, March 1, 2015, with the Green Team.
Here are some photo taken by Wylie Thomas.
Bring your friends, family, loppers, pruners and gloves to help the endangered Garry Oak Ecosystems of Uplands Park! No experience needed and tools will be provided for those in need. Refreshments.
Sunday February 15, 2015 and Sunday February 22 [1 to 4 pm]
Meet at the lower parking lot of Cattle Point
2015 Feb 15, 22 Invasive removal poster
Please join the Friends of Uplands Park and volunteer to help remove invasive ivy from Uplands Park.
Meet at the lower parking lot at Cattle Point
Sunday, November 30-2014
1:00pm – 3:00pm
PDF of Poster 2014 Nov 30th FOUP Ivy Poster
Invitation: The Friends of Uplands Park invites you to our 2nd “Ivy Off the Oaks” Invasive Removal Happening.
Place: Uplands Park – Meet at the Entrance to Cattle Point, Oak Bay
Date: Saturday March 29-2014
Time: 10am – 1pm
Bring your friends, family, clippers, loppers, and hand-saws to Uplands Park, to help participate in an invasive ivy removal event in the heart of one of Canada’s most endangered ecosystems! No experience required! Training and tools will be provided for all those in need. Laughter, snacks and refreshments too. “Ivy Off the Oaks” Poster – PDF
Contact Kevin Webber, Friends of Uplands Park Steering Committee Member, at 250-857-7058, email@example.com
Friends of Uplands Park event, in proud partnership with Oak Bay Parks
[Originally posted on February 27-2014. Re-posted, to remind folks, on March 25, 2014]