July 22nd — Ecosystem Restoration and Natural Landscaping with Felicia Syer-Nicol Canatara Park 10am-3pm
Canatara Park is a local hotspot not only for beach-goers, but also species at risk, resident owls, migrant songbirds, impressive trees, and a mixture of habitats. The area we call Canatara Park today has gone through many changes over the years, mostly due to human development. Today, values have shifted realizing the importance of green space and nature. Protecting nature directly involves protecting natural habitat and restoring other spaces.
Join Felicia from Nature’s Way Nurseries to help restore Canatara Park to a better habitat for more plants and animals!
- What to bring
- lunch, snacks, water (LOTS OF WATER)
- sunblock and insect repellent
- close toed footwear (rubber boots help for protection against ticks
- pen/pencil & notepad (optional)
- work/garden gloves
Where to Meet: Canatara Park. Park at the Animal Farm parking lot and meet at an open barn/pavillion near the entrance to the Animal Farm. Look for our Lambton Wildlife T-shirts!