Lower Mainland Green Team to host cleanup

Environmental group to work with White Rock to clean up Duprez Ravine July 20

The Lower Mainland Greet Team will be working with the City of White Rock to clean up Duprez Ravine July 20.

This is the first time the environmental group has teamed up with the city. The volunteers will work to remove invasive plants, such as periwinkle, silver lamium, holly, cherry laurel and knotweed.

The clean-up crew will meet at 9:45 a.m. in the parking lot of the Mann Park Lawn Bowling Club, 14560 North Bluff Rd., and will walk to their destination.

There will be a break with refreshments during the three-hour clean up, with snacks provided.

Volunteers are asked to bring water, wear proper outdoor gear and sunscreen, if it is sunny. Gloves, tools and equipment will be provided.

Following this clean up, the LMGT will wind down until fall.


For more information, visit www.meetup.com/the-lower-mainland-green-team



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