There are so many ways to protect, enhance and enjoy our regional parks!
REEL Earth Day Challenge
The REEL Earth Day Challenge encourages film crews, productions, suppliers, vendors, and other industry stakeholders to raise funds during the 10 business days leading up to Earth Day.
Regional Parks Snap & Share
Explore Metro Vancouver’s regional parks and greenways and pay attention to plants and wildlife you haven’t noticed before. Then simply snap photos of what you discover and share your photos on iNaturalist.
Kanaka Creek Interpretive Art Mural
Check out this community mural project in Kanaka Creek Regional Park! The mural is under the 240th Street bridge at the Fish Fence site – a popular area for strolls along the creek, especially to view spawning coho and chum salmon in the fall.
Roll up your sleeves! Ecoblitz is an environmental stewardship event with the goal of restoring, enhancing, and protecting Metro Vancouver Regional Parks. EcoBlitz events focus on stewardship activities that protect park plants, waterways and wildlife from the threat of invasive species and habitat loss.
Volunteers lend nature a helping hand in fun and interesting ways – removing invasive plants, monitoring wildlife, planting native trees and shrubs, conducting bird surveys and more.
Have fun, meet new people and get satisfaction from helping improve wildlife habitat. Help regional parks and the ecosystems they support get healthier.