Up-purposing invasive plants in Stanley Park

We are very happy to be continuing our relationship with Stanley Park Ecology Society in re-purposing invasive plants for various stewardship activities again this season!

More Bio-netting from English Ivy, and continued work on the beautiful North Creek Trail.

Dates to Know!

Friday July 7 5.30 – 8.30pm

Bio-netting being knit on the roof of the Nature House ( north foot of Alberni street)

This is an event great for  drop in’s, but we are looking for a core group of people to commit to learning the spool-knitting technique and working for the evening with us to ensure we get enough knitted ivy netting. If that is you, please grab a ticket!

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Friday August 18th from 5:30 – 8:30pm and Saturday 19th 10-2pm

This is a 2 session workshop in partnership with Stanley Park Ecology Society

Time will be spent making large rope with English Ivy and prepping other materials for weaving fences on Saturday. Bring a picnic dinner and lunch! Rain or Shine.

Folks coming after work on Friday that might be late are ok to take a space, we will work close to the SPES pavilion on the Friday, and be at North Creek trail on Saturday. Free but limited space, please register here


Saturday October 21st 10am-2pm

Bio-netting installation in Stanley Park- exact location TBA

The netting  we knit up in July shall be dried out and ready to install with new  native plantings, come participate and learn about this totally local  rehabilitation project.

Register here to participate



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