Ruth Johnson Park tree planting Saturday, White Rock

Sat Nov 2, 2019, South Surrey, BC

Green Teams of Canada engages Canadians in hands-on environmental action projects, like planting native trees and removing invasive plant species. These projects reduce social isolation, give people a sense of belonging, raise their environmental awareness and make them feel like they are really making a difference on their local green spaces, by increasing biodiversity. Focusing on action is vital in
addressing climate change.

Would love you, your friends, family, your group & colleagues (basically everyone!) to join us on:

Sat, Nov 2 9.45-1.30pm Ruth Johnson Park TREE planting. To sign up CLICK:

NO EXPERIENCE needed. All ages and abilities welcome. Tools, gloves and refreshments will be provided

You get to:

Socialize and meet new people
Learn about local environmental issues (how climate change is impacting local parks)
Get exercise
Enhance and improve a local park space and increase biodiversity
Develop skills and get career experience
Gain VOLUNTEER HOURS (We're looking at you high school students!!)
Eat Yummy refreshments (I just might bake tree shaped cookies!)
Enjoy environmentally conscious rewards to say thank you
Have FUN!

Please help spread the word and invite anyone and everyone you think might like to come!

This activity were made possible in partnership with the City of White Rock


For more information:

Contact Name: Lyda
E-mail: lowermainlandgreenteam (at)


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event organizers, especially if travelling from a distance.

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