The David Suzuki Foundation is launching its 2020 Butterflyway season in Vancouver, Richmond and North Van this month with an aim to help local butterflies and wild bees.
Since 2017, the project has seen more than 150 Butterflyway plantings created since 2017. The Butterflyway project’s goal is to empower citizens (read: you and us) to take a hands-on approach to help wild pollinators. Participants connect through neighbourhood planting events and school activities to help alleviate the environmental challenges wild pollinators face.
Wanna get involved? Butterflyway Ranger recruitment begins Monday, February 10th, 2020, and the foundation will invite selected rangers before the end of February to join a one-day training program on Saturday, March 7th, 2020 at the UBC Botanical Garden. Learn more here! —Vita Daily