- Field manual: Invasive Species in Garry Oak and Associated Ecosystems in BC
- Field Manual: Species at Risk in Garry Oak and Associated Ecosystems in BC
- Restoring British Columbia’s Garry Oak Ecosystems: Principles and Practices
- See Additional Information & Links at page bottom.
Friends of Uplands Park in the News – Feature Articles & Announcements
- Oak Bay News Article: Earth Day events slated for Easter weekend published April 13, 2011
- Oak Bay News Article: Park is more than a rock pile
published February 09, 2011 (Friends of Uplands Park guest speaker Darcy Mathews talk on the Uplands Park First Nations burial cairns)
- Oak Bay News Article: Burweed bashing continues at Cattle Point published March 24, 2011
- The Oak Bay Connector
published September 28, 2011 Poster (on page 3) announcing the Uplands Park Now & in the Future Public Meeting
- Oak Bay News Article: Sweeping Uplands Park Clean
published October 19, 2011 (Uplands Park annual broom bashes)
Note from Kathleen Matthews, September 28-2015: This website/blog was created, on her own initiative, by Kathleen Matthews, Co-Founder of the Friends of Uplands Park. This website/blog was compiled and maintained, and edited/authored by Kathleen, during her time, as Co-Chair of the Friends of Uplands Park. Event posters were created by Margaret Lidkea, or partner organizations, and submitted to Kathleen for posting. Post event write-ups, were authored by Kathleen. Birding announcements were prepared by David Newell and submitted to Kathleen for posting. Most of the photos posted to this website/blog were taken by either Kathleen or Wayne Matthews, or otherwise attributed. The design and compilation of this website/blog is one of Kathleen’s personal volunteer contributions intended to honour and celebrate the work and accomplishments of all the volunteers involved with the Friends of Uplands Park and to share the knowledge and special nature of Uplands Park through photos and text. Kathleen stepped down as a Friends of Uplands Park Co-Chair, during the of Summer 2015, but will continue to curate this website/blog to ensure the history of the Friends of Uplands Park, and Uplands Park, during the period from 2009 through until September 2015, is available for the historical record. This website/blog, as a historical compilation, remains the responsibility of Kathleen Matthews. It is anticipated that a new Friends of Uplands Park website will continue to document and celebrate the activities of FOUP volunteers from October 2015 into the future. The forwarding link of the new FOUP website will be posted to this website/blog.
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