Habitat restoration

Bath Slough Restoration Plan

The Bath Slough Restoration Plan recommends strategies and actions to improve the ecological and community values of Bath Slough and its surrounding corridor. The slough has potential to be an ecologically important natural area in the urbanized landscape of north-central

Bath Slough Restoration Plan

The Bath Slough Restoration Plan recommends strategies and actions to improve the ecological and community values of Bath Slough and its surrounding corridor. The slough has potential to be an ecologically important natural area in the urbanized landscape of north-central

Jericho Beach Restoration Project

The Vancouver Park Board recently restored ecological and recreational values in a 175 m wide bay in Jericho Park by removing an 80 year old concrete wharf left over from the site’s early military use. The project was divided into

Jericho Beach Restoration Project

The Vancouver Park Board recently restored ecological and recreational values in a 175 m wide bay in Jericho Park by removing an 80 year old concrete wharf left over from the site’s early military use. The project was divided into

Central Valley Greenway Riparian Restoration

The Central Valley Greenway provides a recreational and commuter route connecting New Westminster, Burnaby, and Vancouver. As part of the section through the Still Creek – Burnaby Lake area, the City of Burnaby’s committed to restoring riparian habitat where the

Central Valley Greenway Riparian Restoration

The Central Valley Greenway provides a recreational and commuter route connecting New Westminster, Burnaby, and Vancouver. As part of the section through the Still Creek – Burnaby Lake area, the City of Burnaby’s committed to restoring riparian habitat where the

Seymour River Habitat Restoration

Instream and riparian habitat was enhanced along 250 m long section of the Seymour River in North Vancouver in 2008 as part of a flood protection project for the Squamish First Nation. Placement of contaminated fill and unstable banks on

Seymour River Habitat Restoration

Instream and riparian habitat was enhanced along 250 m long section of the Seymour River in North Vancouver in 2008 as part of a flood protection project for the Squamish First Nation. Placement of contaminated fill and unstable banks on