Restoring Corridors for Carnivores!
Sept. 28 2019 near Phillips Rd., Sooke, BC
10am - 3pm - LUNCH INCLUDED
Join Habitat Acquisition Trust and the Greater Victoria Green Team (GVGT) as we join forces to enter into the backcountry of Sooke to enhance wildlife habitat by removing non-native plants such as Scotch broom and English holly. We will spend the day learning about how the land connects to the larger watershed, the amazing wildlife corridor and the conservation covenant that is in place protecting this wild place forever. We will work together to remove the introduced plants that are depleting habitat and food sources for our native wildlife and pollinators.
HAT and GVGT will provide all the tools, gloves, training and a free lunch.
*Note: The location will be available to those who have registered through HAT or the GVGT.
This event is a part HAT's Wildwood Wetlands Wildlife Corridor Good Neighbours Project, generously funded by the Habitat Conservation Trust Fund, EcoAction, BC Gaming, the Metchosin Foundation and the Sitka Foundation.
We hope you can join us and don't forget to bring your neighbour!
Carpooling is available!
*Please Note: Steep trails, rugged backcountry and possible encounters with wildlife requires volunteer participants to have experience in wilderness hiking.