61 EMCS Students Help Cedar Trees Thrive By Removing Invasive Species

Yesterday, 61 youths participated in “Setting Sail to Invasive Species", a new community program through the implementation of the Sooke 2030 Climate Action Plan. The team honed in on English Ivy surrounding cedar trees and litter in the area.

A huge thank you to teachers Mr. Gale, Ms. Mullin and Mr. Clark from EMCS and their remarkable students for their active participation and engagement.

If you are interested in stewarding your neighbourhood, please contact cmoog[at]sooke.ca. Equipment is available on loan to assist with neighbourhood stewardship events.

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