Together, the group has removed several truck loads of garbage and knapweed from the site and planted of nearly 400 native plants and over-seeded with a native seed mix.
|On Earth Day 2015, we unveiled an interpretive sign and artwork kiosk at the site and improved trails for foot traffic.|
Thanks to all involved for all of your hard work and many thanks to the Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation and Wildlife Habitat Canada for their support of our community and habitat restoration projects!
|Photo Submitted by Kelley Cook|
|Roses planted on Earth Day 2015|
Photo submitted by Kelley Cook