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Invasive Plant Removal @ Minnekhada Picnic Area
There are invasive plants around the Minnekhada Lodge such as English Ivy and Periwinkle that we will remove during this event. Schedule: 11:00am - Meet at Quarry Road and hike up to the Minnekhada Lodge 11:15am - Tools and Safety Info & Invasive Plant Info 11:30am - Pulling Invasive Plants 12:30pm - Lunch Break 1:00pm - Pulling Invasive Plants 1:30pm - Clean up 2:00pm - Hike back to Quarry Road parking lot What to bring - Water bottle - Sturdy shoes to work in such as hiking shoes - Clothing you do not mind getting dirt on The event starts at the Quarry Road parking lot. From there we will hike up to the lodge together while I tell the group about the plants and wildlife. Once we get to the Minnekhada Lodge, I will hand out tools and explain how to safely use them. The group will pull out the invasive plants until 11:30am and then have a 30 minute lunch break. There will be a Clif bar supplied and some juice to drink. If you want more food, I recommend packing it. After lunch everyone will go back to pulling the invasive plants until 12:30pm. The tools will be cleaned up and the group will hike back to the Quarry Road parking lot. Email [masked] if you have any questions

Minnekhada Regional Park (Quarry Road Entrance)

4005 Quarry Road · Coquitlam, BC


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We’re an enthusiastic hands-on group active throughout Metro Vancouver who gets together to remove invasive plants and replant native vegetation in our Regional Parks. Have fun, help the environment, make new friends, get some fresh air and exercise in the great outdoors!

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