To acknowledge and honour the work of FOUP volunteers, and as an example of the incredible level of volunteer contribution each year, Margaret Lidkea, FOUP Chair, is sharing the statistics documenting the incredible contribution of FOUP volunteers engaged with Uplands Park during 2015, as presented in the 2015 Friends of Uplands Park Annual Report, submitted to Oak Bay Council, in February 2015.
FOUP is celebrating National Volunteer Week on April 12-2016 with a Celebration at the Cattle Point Boat Ramp starting at 11:45 AM and continuing until 2:15.
See Poster and details at https://friendsofuplandspark.org/2016/04/03/celebrate-national-volunteer-week-with-foup-at-cattle-point-april-12-2016/
PDF of 2015 VOLUNTEER INVOLVEMENT
FOUP Event: Celebration of National Volunteer Week at Cattle Point, Uplands Park
Tuesday, April 12, 11:45 – 2:15pm.
Meet at the boat ramp at Cattle Point
Volunteers from the Friends of Uplands Park, and the Victoria Green Team, invite you to celebrate Earth Week and the work of volunteers in Uplands Park. Margaret and Wylie (FOUP), and Amanda (Victoria Green Team), will host a nature ramble showcasing the Garry Oak meadows, one of Canada’s most endangered ecosystems. Many of the rare plants are now in bloom. This is also an opportunity to help remove invasive plants such as English ivy, Daphne, Carpet burweed, and Bur chervil. Tools, gloves and refreshments will be on hand.
Contact Margaret Lidkea, FOUP Chair [firstname.lastname@example.org] for more information.
Poster by Margret Lidkea.