Watch The Pollinators, a film documentary that tells the compelling tale of bees by the billions making America’s food supply possible.
Then get the local angle by participating in a question and answer session with local experts who will talk about why Port Moody’s native pollinators are important and what we can do to protect them.
For details see here
Hosted by the City of Port Moody.
- Meet new people
- Learn about local environmental issues (how climate change is impacting local parks)
- Get exercise
- Enhance and improve a local park space and increase biodiversity
- Develop skill and get career experience
- Receive VOLUNTEER HOURS (We’re looking at you high school students!!)
- Eat yummy refreshments (I am likely baking English ivy shaped cookies!)
- Have FUN!
Want some physical exercise in the fresh air, AND do some good for wildlife? Friday the 13th in March is Bad Luck for Weeds Day at Como Lake.
When: Friday, March 13th from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm.
What to bring: closed-toed shoes, “gardening” clothes, rain gear, water bottle, sunhat, sunglasses, sun screen and your enthusiasm! (If you have a favourite pair of gardening gloves, loppers or small pruning shears, please bring them.)
Parking: Plenty of free parking in the north parking lot of Como Lake on Gatensbury Street.
What the City of Coquitlam will provide: acknowledgement of risk and photo release forms, hand held snips and loppers, shovels, gloves (gardening and leather), first aid supplies, water and snacks.
Where: 730 Gatensbury Street, Como Lake, Coquitlam, BC
Please send an email to email@example.com to RSVP so we have an idea of numbers of people coming.
BMN members and non-members are welcome.