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Enjoy free, family-friendly programs this summer. Discover some of the plants, animals and habitats that make Godwin Farm Biodiversity Preserve Park special. 


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Add to Calendar 20220830 183000 20220830 193000 America/Vancouver Get to Know Your Park Enjoy free, family-friendly programs this summer. Discover some of the plants, animals and habitats that make Godwin Farm Biodiversity Preserve Park special.  Godwin Farm Biodiversity Preserve Park | 9016 164 Street

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Godwin Farm Biodiversity Preserve Park | 9016 164 Street

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Free

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Learn how you can give nature a helping hand at Godwin Farm Biodiversity Preserve Park and at home!

Follow the arrows walking east from the parking lot (about 250m) and meet your guide at the building. No dogs (on or off-leash) are permitted in this park to protect wildlife and habitat.

Programs are from 6:30 to 7:30pm and will run rain or shine. Please dress for the weather. 

 

Tuesday, July 12 | Native vs. Invasive Plants

Get to know common native and invasive plants on a guided nature walk. Discover how the Godwin family were stewards of their land and how you can help continue their legacy by removing some invasive plants from this park.  

 

Tuesday, July 26 | Investigating Biodiversity

Get to know some of Godwin’s plants and animals, otherwise known as biodiversity or the variety of life. Learn how you can become a citizen scientist using iNaturalist. Bring a smart phone or tablet with data if you have one.

 

Tuesday, August 16 | Barn Owls: A Locally Endangered Species

Get to know whooo lives in Godwin from a local wildlife biologist. Find out how Surrey is helping the locally endangered barn owl and how you can help owls at home.

 

Tuesday, August 30 | Pollinators & Plants

Get to know some local pollinators including birds, bees, and butterflies that pollinate many of the plants found in Godwin and even some of the foods we eat. Learn how Surrey supports pollinators and how you can help, one outdoor space at a time.

Take home a Skelkelosen pollinator seed blend that Surrey Parks created with the Coast Salish Plant Nursery to increase biodiversity, attract pollinators, and raise awareness of the important cultural uses of these native-to-B.C. wildflowers.

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