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Supporting the long-time work of the False Creek Watershed Society, VV can promote neighbourhood "Blueways" and invent new ways of capturing the excessive water which falls; diverting it to ecologically vital greenspaces or streams.
Location: Vancouver, BC
Latest Activity: May 2, 2013
Village Vancouver is partnering with the False Creek Watershed Society to promote the daylighting and restoration of surface water flows throughout the city, helping to bring clean water to our oceans, reconnecting critical ecological and migratory pathways, and reinstating a captivating and sustainable recreational outlet.
Please join this group page, check out the web site of the False Creek Watershed Society, and volunteer with the False Creek Watershed Society.
Started by Celia Brauer May 2, 2013. 0 Replies 0 Likes
Please join us for the showing of the film "Salmon Confidential."Monday May 6 -7:00-9:00 PM please join us at the Unitarian Church of Vancouver949 49 Ave W, Vancouver, BC Website or Map:…Continue
Here downloadable from this link is a whole how-to about rain garden design and construction. Nothing is more important in terms of a permaculture renewal, resilience, and sustainability in the Rain City.
Stephanie St. Loe - I agree that we should be doing more Rain Gardens. Here are two links. Also join the False Creek Watershed FB page and St George's Blueway and these things sometimes get discussed. Hope that helps.
I'm contemplating building a rain garden. Anyone done one before?
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