Willows School students, Henry and George Mepham, remove more than 10 kg of dog poop from Uplands Park [Story in Oak Bay News, Aug 22-2018]

A huge thank you to 2 Willows School students, Henry and George Mepham, for removing more than 10 kg of dog poop from Uplands Park. The article is in the Wednesday, August 22, 2018 issue of the Oak Bay News. In the print edition, see the front page and page A4. The online version, with more photos, and a short video, can be read at https://www.oakbaynews.com/…/oak-bay-brothhttps://www.oakbaynews.com/community/oak-bay-brothers-scoop-10-kg-of-poop-from-park-paths-in-30-mins/ers-scoop-10-kg-…/.Henry and George have also helped remove invasive plants in Uplands and have planted native species with their class.

Photo by Christine van Reeuwyk/Oak Bay News. Published in the Wednesday, August 22, 2018 issue of the Oak Bay News. From page photo.

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New April-May-June “All Dogs Must Be On Leash” Signage for Uplands Park

Oak Bay Parks is posting new signage in Uplands Park to remind visitors of Oak Bay’s bylaw that all dogs must be on a leash in Uplands Park during the bird nesting months of April – May – June. Wylie Thomas designed the poster and features 8 birds nesting in Uplands Park at this time of the year. Uplands Park is a sensitive Garry Oak Meadow ecosystem, and, with the collaboration of the Friends of Uplands Park, restoration is ongoing to enhance and restore Uplands Park for birds as well as for native plants. Thank you to all dog walkers visiting Uplands Park for their co-operation and understanding.