Willow Creek needs some Spring TLC planting

Lend your green thumb to help plant the trailside around the new Willows Creek bridge on the Jubilee Parkway Connector Trail.

Spring is here.

Lend your green thumb to help plant the trailside around the new Willows Creek bridge on the Jubilee Parkway Connector Trail.

The Jubilee Connector section of the Greenways Loop is nearing completion.

The 2.5 km Jubilee Connector will provide the missing link for a 25 km trail network around Campbell River named the Greenways Loop.

Join Willow Creek Stewards on Saturday to plant this area with native plants.

This planting will help to rehabilitate the riparian area of Willow Creek as well as increase the biodiversity of the area along the section of trail.

This is a great opportunity to come and see this new trail.

Volunteers will meet at 10 a.m. at the Willow Creek Bridge off of Jubilee Parkway.

Be prepared for all types of weather and tools will be provided to volunteers.

Questions?

Call Greenways Land Trust at 287-3785 or e-mail greenways@greenwaystrust.ca

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