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Eco-Hike with Friends of Kilally Meadows

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Kilally Meadows Parking

815 Windermere Rd, London, ON

London, ON N5X 2P9

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Learn about invasive plant species and help to remove them before a guided hike through the pristine landscape of Kilally Meadows.

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Join the Friends of Kilally Meadows on a beautiful 8km guided hike of the second largest and most diverse Environmentally Significant Area (ESA) in London. Learn about invasive species in Kilally and then apply your newfound knowledge to apply removal skills before exploring the pristine environment.

This 2-hour event begins with a hands-on learning experience of the removal of invasive species for habitat restoration within the ESA, followed by a guided hike through both the North and South loops of Kilally Meadows, lead by the Friends of Kilally Meadows.

We ask participants dress appropriately, bringing with them water, masks, and sturdy shoes. Items such as gloves and garbage bags will be provided on-site.

Disclaimer: This event will require a significant amount of physical activity not limited to long periods of standing and walking. In addition, bending, twisting, and crouching may occur during the 30 minute habitat restoration period.

This free event is being offered as a part of the Signal Boost Initiative, which was made possible with support from the Ontario Trillium Foundation.


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Kilally Meadows Parking

815 Windermere Rd, London, ON

London, ON N5X 2P9

Canada

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Organizer Westminster Ponds Centre

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The Westminster Ponds Centre (WPC) will be a hub promoting environmental excellence, sustainability, health and wellbeing across our region by co-creating resources, services and impactful programming.

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