Ecoblitz: Boundary Bay Rose Planting

Help us celebrate the 100th anniversary of Cammidge House, a heritage country farm-house located at Boundary Bay Regional Park, by planting 100 native Nootka roses with the Boundary Bay Park Association! These native roses provide valuable habitat in a park known for its diversity of birds and its rare sand dune ecosystems. By planting Nootka roses around the farmhouse, we’re celebrating the agricultural heritage of the area, while also supporting the native flora and fauna of region.

We’ll be meeting at Cammidge House at 10 am on Saturday, October 25 at the parking lots just outside the house (on your way down the lane to Centennial Beach). Shovels, gloves, snacks and refreshments will be made available by Metro Vancouver – just make sure you have clothing suitable for the weather of the day and some sturdy footwear for some digging!

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