Skaha Park Pond Restoration
Skaha Park Pond has had not one, not two, not even three- but FOUR "green-ups" over 6 months in 2022. Inaddition to planting 634 Indigenous trees and shrubs, we have also held 6 training workshops ranging from Beginner Birding, to Amphibians, as well as Native
Plants and Pollinators and even a Bioblitz!
A huge Thank You goes out to all our board members, volunteers and members of Okanagan Similkameen Stewardship who kicked off the fall planting at this urban pond in September, as well as Skaha Lake Middle School, the Penticton Excel School and families of Dragonfly Pond Society, who continued planting at the pond.
The native trees, shrubs, and wildflowers will increase the value of the riparian habitat around Skaha Park Pond for all the birds, turtles, frogs, and other wildlife who live there.