Success! Restoring Oak Haven

On January 24, a crew of 23 fantastic volunteers made a huge impact to the ecology of Oak Haven Park. Removing over 3 pick-up truck loads worth of invasive species, primarily Scotch Broom and Daphne Laurel, the native wildflowers in the open meadows of the park will have more sunlight for germination this coming spring. 

Oak Haven Park is a Central Saanich 10.2 hectare hilltop park with a HAT Conservation Covenant in place to protect the Garry Oak ecosystems and other important ecological features.

A big thank you to JJ's Coffee House (7088 W Saanich Rd, Brentwood Bay) for donating delicious coffee to our volunteers!

 

This Event was made possible by TD Friends of the Environment Foundation

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 (Facebook Post by Habitat Acquisition Trust)

Photos:

Group before the restoration event (everyone still dry):

Group after the restoration event (still all smiles!):

To support our Restoration Projects on protected land, you can get more information about Volunteering or Donate to our Land Protection Fund

If you are a business owner and would like to sponsor the restoration of a local park (protected by HAT) through donations of funding or goods (coffee, snacks), contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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