Get together with the Green Team! – A courtesy post

A Scoter on Patricia Bay gets ready to swallow a large clam


I’m writing to let you know the Greater Victoria Green Team will be back in Sidney this Sunday, November 13 at Peter Grant Park and in North Saanich on Saturday, November 26. We would love to see you and other Sidney/North Saanich community members again and hope that you can share this email to your networks! 

On Sunday, November 13 (9:45 am – 1:00 pm), we will be in Peter Grant Park in Sidney removing invasive plants such as English ivy, holly, and daphne. Info & sign ups can be found HERE on our Meetup page.

On Saturday, November 26 (9:45-1pm) we will be at the beautiful Patricia Bay Park, North Saanich removing invasive blackberry! More info and sign-up HERE

All ages, abilities, backgrounds, and experience levels are welcome! We will provide training, tools, and gloves for volunteers. There will also be snacks and eco-gifts at the end!

This activity is a great opportunity for community members to spend time together outside, meet new people, and make a real difference in the community by taking care of nature. Giving back to these local parks fosters an incredible sense of connection to the people and places involved. 

We would really appreciate it if you could pass this information along to your community members. Please find attached the poster about Nov. 13 to share online and print out to post up where you would like to!

Thank you very much!

Amanda Evans
Director of Programs and Partnerships, Green Teams of Canada250-686-7123  |
Quw’utsun’ Territory | Cowichan Valley, Vancouver Island, British Columbia Green Teams of Canada acknowledges that we live, work, and play on the unceded traditional territories of Indigenous Nations across Canada. 
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