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Hungry Hollow SNAP Community Invasive Pull
September 18 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pmFree
Help us control the spread of invasive species in the Hungry Hollow Ravine.
Together, we will be removing invasive species that are out competing beautiful native plants that wildlife depend on.
The Hungry Hollow ravine is part of the larger Credit River-Hungry Hollow Centre for Biodiversity, an area which contains important high-quality forests, wetlands and coldwater streams.
- Please be sure to wear long pants, socks and closed toe shoes.
- Meet at the end of Metcalfe Court, Georgetown.
- Please register by Thursday September 16, 2021.
COVID-19 Participant Protocols and Guidelines
Events and activities are subject to change based on evolving provincial and public health unit guidelines. Registrants will receive notification if events change or are cancelled. COVID-19 best practices and safety precautions at CVC-led events:
- Stay home if you are feeling sick, if you have been in contact with anyone who has tested positive, or are under self-quarantine
- Participants will be required to practice physical distancing and best hygiene practices to ensure compliance with local and provincial COVID-19 guidelines
- Bring your own mask
- Bring your own snacks and water
- Activity equipment and supplies, such as shovels will be provided. You can also bring your own
- There will be a maximum of 20 participants at the event
- Washroom amenities will not be available
- Volunteers under 18 please bring a signed copy of our event waiver
- Volunteers over 18 please read and acknowledge the event waiver
The well-being of our participants and staff is our top priority. We are following provincial and local regulations regarding COVID-19 guidelines for outdoor gatherings. We will do everything we can to ensure participants maintain physical distancing at our events. If this is not possible, staff and participants will be asked to wear a mask.
Online registration and COVID-19 screening are required.
About this Event
This event is a part of the Hungry Hollow Sustainable Neighbourhood Action Plan (SNAP).