Sumac growth on the slope.
Warm thank you to the community member that donated the baby Red Oaks, one of which you see. That's what it's all about..... Also planted on the south-east slope of gully.
Community volunteers hard at work planting on the south-east slope of the gully.
There's Victoria conquering the slope. Planted in this area were some baby Nannyberry, Grey Dogwood and Red Oak trees. Gradually we'll watch them grow into healthy, wonderful native trees!
Here's one of the baby Nannyberry aka viburnum lentago, planted on the south-east slope of gully.
'08 Fall Park Day
One of the piles of mulch left by Parks. This one will do the trees in need in this area of park.
Mulch on ground at market location.
Wherever you see these Burdock Root plants gone to seed, please feel free to pull them out and put them on a park sidewalk for pick-up, in a yard-waste bag.
Baby Grey Dogwood planted on south-east slope of gully. Is this not going be gorgeous when it grows up? Let's heed the slope to help them survive.
'08 Fall Park Day - gathering mould in green house.
Green house clean up crew rolls up their sleeves!
Early days enjoying the park.
Spring Park Day 2011 - Edible Tree Tour
Jenna at the Adopt-A-Tree Table (Fall Park Day 2006)
Neighbourhood kids face-painting each other at the playground during Fall Park Day 2006
Face Painting at the playground during Fall Park Day 2006.
Pulling up Burdock (Spring Park Day 2006).