_”Watchers of Langley Forests” (WOLF) has announced that the Langley Council has deferred the sale of the lands and will revisit this issue at their January 21st, 2013 meeting. WOLF thanks everyone for their support._
A 25 acre parcel for sale by the Township of Langley contains a mixed conifer/deciduous forest with different types of habitat. There is extensive vegetation on the forest floor, various tree types and over 100 species of birds and animals that have been observed by naturalists. A group of Langley residents who have come together in support of preserving this forest — “Watchers of Langley Forests” (WOLF) — are leading free public tours into the area every Saturday and Sunday this fall beginning at 2 pm. Meet on the roadside of 257A Street off of 84th Avenue. For more information, please contact Kirk at scalkiro at gmail dot com.
Date: every Saturday and Sunday this fall.
Time: 2 pm
Place: The Langley Township owned forest in the Glen Valley area of Langley Township.
To Bring: Good hiking boots, moderate exercise tolerance
Directions: If coming from Fort Langley, follow River Road east, make a right at 256 Street, then make a left on to 84 Ave.257A street is on the left hand side. If coming from the highway/Aldergrove, go north on 264 Street, make a left on to 84 Ave, 257A street is on the the right hand side.