Nature Interpretation Training & New Trail Trouper Programming

6 -Learn to be a Nature Intrepreter with PSPS Penelope Edgar Photography

The Nature Interpretation Training event was a huge success and we look forward to an exciting year of Trail Trouper programming starting again in fall 2016.  

Keep your eyes open for the September event on the PSPS calendar!

 7 -Learn to be a Nature Intrepreter with PSPS Penelope Edgar Photography2 -Learn to be a Nature Intrepreter with PSPS Penelope Edgar Photography

Photos: Penelope Edgar Photography
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Become a PSPS Nature Interpreter

Curious about volunteering with the Pacific Spirit Park Society Interpretive Team?  Join us for a two hour workshop to hear about what we do and how you can fit in.

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We will orient you on our regular and special event programming, review components that make successful interpretive events and hear your program ideas.  

Date: Saturday, June 4th

Time: 10:00-12:00

Location: Pacific Spirit Regional Park Centre (West 16th Ave, 400 metres west of Blanca)

RSVP to Krista Voth at volunteer@pacificspiritparksociety.org

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Photos: Linda Mueller

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Rained Out – May 28th

Hello PSPS Volunteers,

Just a note that the:

  • Invasive Plant Mapping 9:00-12:00
  • Camosun Boggers 9:00-12:00
  • Invasive Plant Removal 1:00-4:00

will ALL be CANCELLED today due to lousy weather.

I hope to see you next week!

Krista

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Join the Pacific Spirit Park Society Invasive Plant Removal Team!

SATURDAYS FROM 1:00-4:00

Email us at volunteer@pacificspiritparksociety.org for more information.

Yummy Snacks!
Yummy Snacks!
Before...
Before…
and after!
and after!
A bit of fun
A bit of fun
and some hard work
and some hard work!
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Two Minute Video Break – Learn Something New about Invasive Plants!

Take a minute to check out this video on why invasive plants threaten the environment.  You can also learn why English Holly is a particular threat in Pacific Spirit Regional Park by watching another short video.

Thanks for all your support keeping the park healthy!  We could not do it without you!

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Invasive Plant Removal – Saturdays

Help us protect the native plant biodiversity in Pacific Spirit Regional Park by removing the fast growing invasive plants!

Gloves, tools, snacks and refreshments will all be provided, so please just wear sturdy footwear, dress appropriately for the weather and be ready to work hard and have fun!

When do we meet: Most Saturdays from 1:00-4:00

Where do we meet: We tackle invasive plants throughout the park – an email is send out weekly with the location

What will we be doing: Removing invasive plants, including Holly, Ivy, Himalayan Blackberry and more!

How to sign up: Email us at volunteer@pacificspiritparksociety.org or find us on our MeetUp page.

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