Vancouver's Leader in Transition toward Strong, Resilient, Complete Communities
Time: July 7, 2013 from 1pm to 3pm
Location: Robson Park
Street: St.. George's and Kingsway
City/Town: Vancouver BC
Website or Map: http://www.falsecreekwatershe…
Event Neighbourhood and Type: main, street, all, walks
Organized By: Celia Brauer
Latest Activity: Jun 24, 2013
Meet at St. George's and Kingsway at Robson Park by the Storyteller's Cob Bench.
Greta will walk north from there along St. George's to describe where the creek went and what the plans are for the daylighting; bringing the creek back to life. At 7th and St. George's she will stop to discuss the new mural!
This mural was created by the St. George Street Rainway group. It was created to bring awareness about the proposed daylighting of St. George's Creek.
Rain or shine
Greta Borick Cunningham is a keen naturalist and very interested in the local ecosystems. She just completed a Diploma at BCIT in Sustainable Resource Management. She lives on St. George Street, is part of the Rainway group and also is the Chair of the False Creek Watershed Society. She is currently working as the Executive Director at the Alouette River Management Society in Maple Ridge.
NOTE:: "Earth Walks: are created by community leaders for the False Creek Watershed Socety - a non-profit group. We are very lucky to have these knowledgeable people lead us. We would love to have you join us. However, we ask that you please register for the walks only if there is a very good chance that you will be able to join us, as the numbers are limited. Thanks and hope to see you there!
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