Norwood Queens blackberry bash, part 2

Saturday, Mar 24, 2018
10:00am - 1:00pm
Mahon Avenue and Evergreen Place

Join us in removing MORE blackberry, periwinkle, and other invasive species in the Norwood Queens neighbourhood!

We will continue working in the walkway that joins Mahon Ave and Calder Ave, across from Evergreen Pl. After removing the invasives, we will be planting native shrubs in the cleared space.

What to bring

  • Gloves
  • Suitable clothing for the activity and weather
  • Water

Light snacks and tools will be provided!

Where to meet

Please park along Mahon or Calder Ave. As there is street parking only, car pooling to this event is strongly encouraged.

Want to know more?

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

Tyler Farley
Trail & Habitat Coordinator 

Megan Cooper
Community & Natural Parkland Coordinator

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