English ivy removal on private property adjacent to Scott Creek

 Bags of invasive English ivy (Photo: Dulce Paulino)

Bags of invasive English ivy (Photo: Dulce Paulino)

On July 23rd, 2016, volunteers of Hoy-Scott Watershed Society worked with homeowners on lower Scott Creek to remove English ivy from their property which is adjacent to the creek.

This work was in collaboration with the homeowner's, the Society, as well as the City of Coquitlam who provided support in terms of garbage bags, disposal, and a site planting prescription. Native plants were also provided by the City for placement on the municipal property.

22 bags of ivy were removed.

Thanks goes out to Friendship Church who graciously allowed use of their parking lot for our volunteers.

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 Municipal property in Coquitlam adjacent to Scott Creek covered in English ivy (Photo: Dulce Paulino)

Municipal property in Coquitlam adjacent to Scott Creek covered in English ivy (Photo: Dulce Paulino)