With summer around the corner, it’s the perfect time learn about the invasive plants popping up around the region. And for the next couple of months, you can do just that while visiting the Mobile Library!
We are excited to share that the TNRD’s Invasive Plant Education and Outreach team will be on board the Mobile Library on select dates through June and July to share invasive plant knowledge with our community.
The next time you’re visiting the Mobile Library, look out for one of the friendly Invasive Plant Education and Outreach team members to:
- Learn about invasive plants threatening our local ecosystem
- Identify a plant you suspect might be invasive
- Discover local invasive plant resources
- Check out resin samples of local area plants and an interactive game for kids.
The Invasive Plant Education and Outreach team plans to be on board the Mobile Library for the following dates and locations:
Thursday, June 2
Avola Post Office, Vavenby Post Office, Vavenby School
Friday, June 3
Big Heffley Lake, Whitecroft Village, Sun Peaks Resort
Wednesday, June 8
Pinantan Elementary School, Rayleigh Rae-Mor Park, Heffley Creek Hall
Thursday, June 9
Monte Lake Store, Westwold Elementary School, Pritchard
Friday, June 10
Brocklehurst Recreation Centre, Thompson River Estates, Walhachin
Wednesday, June 22
Heffley Creek Hall, Little Fort Community Hall, McLure, Rayleigh Rae-Mor Park
Friday, July 8
South Green Lake Fire Hall, 70 Mile Store, Loon Lake Community Hall
Friday, July 29
South Green Lake Fire Hall, 70 Mile Store, Loon Lake Community Hall, 20 Mile
Check out the Mobile Library’s full schedule at tnrl.ca.
For more information on invasive plants in the TNRD: