Apply for our 2019 East Van Wildflower Meadow program!
Join a dedicated group of like-minded youth supporting biodiversity in Vancouver! Get hands-on experience creating wildlife habitat while using citizen science to measure our impact to biodiversity. Learn to identify native bees, insects, and plants and also how to make plant medicines from the native wildflowers that grow in our meadows.
PROGRAM DATES: September 14-November 9 (except October 5)
TIME: Saturdays, 10:30am – 2:30pm
LOCATION: Strathcona Community Gardens (759 Malkin Ave.) plus field trips to other sites including Cottonwood Community Gardens, Copley Community Orchard, Renfrew Ravine Park
APPLICATION PROCESS: Complete the online registration form HERE, or at the bottom of this page. Alternatively, you can print, write out, and send a scanned copy of this paper form which can be downloaded HERE, scanned and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
EYA encourages applications from Indigenous & non-Indigenous individuals, people of colour, new immigrants, LGBTQ2+ youth, and youth of all genders and abilities.
This program is FREE! Upon completion of the program you will receive a certificate of participation from EYA and can receive conformation of community service hours towards graduation or for university program credits if needed!
Space is limited in this program, so please apply early! If you have questions about your application, please email Marika van Reeuwyk (email@example.com)