(Greater Victoria Green Team photo)

GALLERY: Greater Victoria Green Team invades Anderson Hill Park

Green team hits UVic March 2 to tackle more English ivy

Rain, wind, sun and a ton of ivy marked work at Anderson Hill Park last weekend.

The Greater Victoria Green Team and a plethora of volunteers braved the elements to rid the Oak Bay park of about five cubic metres of invasive plants.

Join the team at meetup.com/Greater-Victoria-Green-Team.

They plan to pull more English Ivy Friday, March 2, this time at the University of Victoria.


 

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(Greater Victoria Green Team photo)

(Greater Victoria Green Team photo)

(Greater Victoria Green Team photo)

(Greater Victoria Green Team photo)

(Greater Victoria Green Team photo)

(Greater Victoria Green Team photo)

(Greater Victoria Green Team photo)

(Greater Victoria Green Team photo)

(Greater Victoria Green Team photo)

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