Community Restoration Session at Natal

Jun 1, 2021 | Events, News, Stewardship

June 13th, 9:30 am – 12:30 pm PST

**Update**: The original session on June 6th is now postponed to June 13th from 9:30am 12:30pm. Our Stewardship Programs Manager, Adrian got a recent hand injury and we would like to ensure he has some time to recover before getting back to work. Sorry for any inconveniences this may have caused and thank you for your attention.

If you have registered for this event, you should have received an email update via Eventbrite. Please let Jessie or Adrian know at jessie@stillmoonarts.ca & adrian@stillmoonarts.ca if you are able to come to the new session time. Thank you!

**4 spots are open for this new time and registration closes on Friday, June 11th at 5pm**

Event Description: 

Come join us for an invasive plant removal and native planting event! We will be picking up trash in and around the riparian area, removing some weedy plants (Himalayan blackberry, field bindweed). We will be planting some native shrubs to help re-vegetate the area.

Come learn about some of our local flora and fauna along the way! We’ll be touching upon some native plant identification, their ecological functions, and some of their uses, past and present.

This will be a COVID safe event. All participants will be asked to wear a face mask / face covering for the entirety of the event. Participants will be asked a COVID-19 screening questionnaire upon their arrival. We will be working in a social distant way at all times when possible. We will not have more than 9 participants in our group.

Clean work equipment will be provided by Still Moon. Participants are welcome to bring their own as well!

Recommended items to bring and wear:

-Sturdy garden gloves.

-Thick-soled, closed-toe shoes (steel toe is recommended for extra safety).

-Filled water bottle and a light snack.

For questions about the event, please email Stewardship Programs Manager, Adrian Avendano at adrian@stillmoonarts.ca.

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We respectfully acknowledge that our programs and initiatives take place on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), Xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Səl̓ílwətaʔ (Tsleil-Waututh) peoples, who have been stewarding this land since time immemorial. We strive for right relations with the diverse peoples of Renfrew-Collingwood and the land and waters of the Still Creek Watershed.

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