Tree planting volunteers needed this Saturday in Chilliwack

More than two dozen people came out to Browne Creek Wetlands to help plant trees with the Fraser Valley Watersheds Coalition on Wednesday.

Luca Vargas

Luca Vargas, 6, removes a pot while planting some of the 1,000 trees with his mom, Molly, and friend Grenadine Harms, 6, during a Fraser Valley Watersheds Coalition spring tree planting event at the Browne Creek Wetlands near the Vedder River on Wednesday.

FVWC will be having its next tree planting on Saturday starting at 10 a.m.

Those wishing to volunteer to help plant 1,200 trees are asked to bring a water bottle, gloves, boots, and rain gear, and meet at the end of Browne Road, drive over the dike and park in the gravel parking lot. Look for the tree planting signs. Shovels and lunch will be provided.

RSVP appreciated at Rachel@fvwc.ca.

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