Habitat Restoration Projects
Volunteers are the key to the success of our habitat enhancement planting projects! The Friends of Semiahmoo Bay Society has been active in many projects including work at the Little Campbell River Estuary, Blackie Spit and as part of the City of White Rock Foreshore Restoration at East Beach.
Funding to assist with our restoration projects is graciously provided by Nature Canada, Important Bird Areas program. This is a program of Birdlife International and it is co-managed by Nature Canada and Bird Studies Canada!
Friends of Semiahmoo Bay Society is currently involved in numerous habitat restoration projects. Please visit these linked pages for details about each project:
Native planting at Blackie Spit. photo by M. Cuthbert
Friends of Semiahmoo Bay Society is very pleased to join with the Dart’s Hill Society as project partners in a new "Native Plant Garden" and to commit our expertise and knowledge to ongoing development, maintenance and monitoring of the Native Plant Demonstration Garden in the Dart’s Hill Garden Park. Dart's Hill Garden's Website
You can also visit the White Rock Native Plant Demonstration Garden at 14970 Marine Drive in White Rock anytime and please do join us for weeding and planting opportunities! Visit our calendar page for details.