The Friends of DeBoville Slough will be conducting a cleanup at the slough as part of the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup, this Saturday, October 22nd from 10 am to 1 pm. Here is a pic of some of the stuff we picked up at our last major cleanup and a …
Thanks to all those who volunteered with the Japanese Knotweed control program this year. We are so excited that so many came out to help.
Join the Friends of DeBoville Slough at the PoCo Rivers and Trails Festival, Sunday, September 25th. We will be at Lions Park from 10 am to 2 pm. Come out and celebrate our wonderful waterways, Port Coquitlam is blessed to be surrounded by rivers.
Well, here it is time again our next invasive plant removal work party. Last time it was wet and it looks like that may be the case again on Saturday, hopefully not. I look forward to see as many of you out as …
Carole Edwards won the Lifetime Achievement Award and Jeff Rudd won the Individual Volunteer Award at 2016 City of Coquitlam Environmental Volunteer Celebration dinner. What great winners.
The Friends of DeBoville Slough attend events such as The Port Moody The Fingerling Festival, Riverview Centre Horticultural Society Treefest, PoCo Rivers and Trails Festival and The Hyde Creek Watershed Society’s Salmon Festival. Look for us to find out more about DeBoville Slough.
Meetings: every 4th Thursday of February, March, April, May, June, September and October at 7pm. Meeting Location: The New Coquitlam City Centre Library, 1169 Pinetree Way, Coquitlam, B.C. Free parking is available above the Library. Everyone Welcome!
The Friends of DeBoville Slough will be conducting invasive plant control work parties on May 19, June 16, July 14 and October 13, 2018.