14600 Block of 100 Avenue, Surrey BC
|July 15th at 8am-4pm||Jennifer Wong & Liana Taliadouros||Yes – Casual/Comfortable (Physical work involved)|
Tasks we will be involved in Helping out
- Place clean sand at specific locations on the north and east sides of the lake.
- Placing gravel at specific locations along the north and south shorelines. These are in locations with high fishing activity resulting in the shoreline becoming very muddy.
- Placing gravel along sections of the vehicle access trail on the east side of the lake (willow trail). There is a long stretch of potholes.
- Placing gravel around the picnic table and bench pads around the lake.
- Litter pick around the north, east and south shorelines of the lake.
- Litter pick trails throughout the park.
- Blackberry removal from scattered areas along the trails and larger areas along the forest edge on the east side of the meadow.
- Depending on the timing, cottonwood and alder tree sapling removals in the southern section of the meadow.
About Green Timbers Urban Forest
Green Timbers Urban Forest is one of the City’s largest parks, offering over 183 hectares (452 acres) of wetlands, lakes, a fishing dock, grassland meadows and nature trails all nestled within a second growth forest.In the heart of the park you’ll find Green Timbers Lake, stocked with rainbow trout. Fishing in Green Timbers is available year round.
The Green Timbers Greenway cuts through the park under the power lines just south of 96 Avenue. This greenway will take you across the City on bicycle or foot in either direction, connecting to Tynehead Regional Park in the east and Surrey Memorial Hospital in the west. The nature trail around Green Timbers Urban Forest is around 5 kilometres long. Allow around 2 hours for this walk.