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2019 Notices

Riparian Restoration Workshop - Healing the Earth Nature's Way
Learn how to use natural materials to restore eroding creek banks

Date: February 19-21, 2019
Place: 8425 Berray Road and Rosewall Creek
Instructor: David F. Polster, MSc, RPBio, an international expert in plant ecology with over 40 years of experience in restoration ecology.

Pre-registration is required. See poster for details.

QB Streamkeepers Annual General Meeting

Date: March 23, 2019
Place: St. Stephen’s Hall, 150 Village Way, Qualicum Beach
Time: 10:00 am - 12:00pm

Annual membership renewal: $10.00 single or $15.00 for family membership. Election of Board of Directors. Refreshments.

Special Guest Speaker: Dwight Owens, renowned expert, will be speaking about how pH levels, oxygen content and temperature changes are affecting the health of our oceans.

As part of this year’s Brant Wildlife Festival, the Qualicum Beach Streamkeepers will be leading two interesting information tours:

Little Qualicum River Estuary Tour
April 1, 2019; Tour begins at 10 am
Meet: Parking lot near beach end of Surfside Dr, Qualicum Beach

Enjoy and learn about this important estuary, its restoration, the Canada Goose Management Project, and native plantings on a walk up to the estuary.  Rain gear may be needed and good walking shoes or boots ... no rubber boots required.

Grandon Creek Walk and Salmon Recovery Work
April 4, 2019. Walk begins at 1 pm
Meet: Bottom of Grandon Creek (Crescent Rd. W and Beach Terrace)

Along this beautiful walk you'll see native plants, restoration plantings, invasive species, the railway and road culverts, new signage, and perhaps a chance to count any passing fish. For those who wish, a walk over to the new  Seaside Nature Park will follow. Wear good walking shoes or boots and perhaps rain gear.