This fall PSPS planted over 2000 trees in a large restoration site along South West Marine Drive, in a site that was once covered in Scotch Broom and Himalayan Blackberries.
Why was this area so impacted by the spread of invasive plants?
The other week a park visitor came by to chat and mentioned that years ago the site held the horse stables for the milk delivery carts. After the horse stables were no longer used, the site did not have any protection against the spread of invasive plants. If you have time, here is little video showing milk delivery with a horse drawn wagon in Vancouver many years ago. Do you recognize any of the streets? My, how things have changed!