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Mysteries of a feasting forest, Monday Jan. 13, 8 pm, WECC

From Stanley Park Ecology Society Like us, trees enjoy a great feast. But in the great Canadian Boreal Forest, nitrogen for proteins is hard to come by.   Nicole Linfoot, a biologist from Alberta’s Lesser Slave Lake Bird Observatory, has been brought to the Lower Mainland on a very special opportunity to share  a visual presentation […]

New Board Walk in Stanley Park on Cathedral Trail

The Vancouver Park Board opened a new boardwalk in Stanley Park last week to protect and restore a sensitive habitat on Cathedral Trail. The project was a partnership with Stanley Park Ecology Society  (SPES) This area was hard hit by the windstorm in 2006 and many of the knock-downed trees still bear monumental witness to […]

Photos from Earth Day: parade on the Drive and ivy busting in Stanley Park

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Two events for Earth Day-Sunday April 22, 2012

What are you going to be doing on Earth Day this year? Here are Two fun events that I know about for Sunday. More Photos from Earth Day Earth Day Ivy Busters in Stanley Park with MLA Spencer Chandra Herbert Sunday, April 22, 2012 1 pm – 3:30 pm Meet at the Stanley Park Pavilion […]

Walk in the old Growth and restoration forest zones of Stanley Park

Stanley Park Ecology Society presents a Father’s Day walk Stanley Park’s forests are a quilt of first, second, and more recent growth trees. Within this 2-hour show-and-tell walk, City Arborist Bill Stephen will share strategies of management in regions of old growth, past plantations, and restoration zones of the 2006 hurricane force winds. He will […]