Riparian habitat enhancement at Hunter Park

Saturday, Sep 15, 2018
9:00am - 12:00pm
Hunter Park
1039 Hendecourt Rd

We will be working with the Friends of Hunter Park to plant native species in a previously restored area beside Hastings Creek and will also remove invasive plants around the trails in the area.

By improving the natural ecosystems we will be enhancing fish and wildlife habitat, while also providing a beautiful natural setting for park users to enjoy.

What you should bring

  • water
  • suitable clothing for the weather
  • sturdy footwear
  • gloves
  • a positive attitude!

What we'll provide

We'll be providing all tools for this event. Both Friends of Hunter Park and District staff will provide instruction as well as information about the park and its natural ecology.

Light snacks and warm drinks will be provided, so please bring your reusable mug!

All ages are welcome - Hunter Park is the perfect spot for families to learn all about the creekside ecosystems that are found in North Vancouver.

Where we'll meet

Meet us at the Hendecourt Rd entrance at the northeast side of the park

Planning to join us? Please let us know!

You can submit your RSVP by email

Want to know more?

To get more details about this volunteer event, please contact us:

Tyler Farley
Trail & Habitat Coordinator
farleyt@dnv.org

Megan Cooper
Community & Natural Parkland Coordinator
cooperm@dnv.org

Interested in volunteering regularly in our local parks?

We have a range of volunteer opportunities suitable for people of all ages:

  • Invasive plant pulls and native plant restoration
  • Litter pick-ups and creek clean-ups
  • Trail maintenance and building
  • Fulfilling high school volunteer hours

Learn more about volunteering with us