Langley Eats Local 2018

We tend to take our farmers a bit for granted here in Langley. “Of course I can get u-pick fresh blueberries right down the street,” we think. “Naturally I’ve been to the farm where I get my salad greens, and obviously there’s goat’s milk gelato five minutes away.” So once in a while it’s good to stop and appreciate what … Read More

Septic Sense

Join us for “Septic Sense”, a free seminar on septic maintenance. Tuesday July 31, 7:00-9:00pm at George Preston Recreation Centre, 20699 – 42 Ave, Langley Presented by the Township of Langley and Langley Environmental Partners Society. Septic Sense provides an introduction to private septic system. Guest expert Dean Scovill leads this free, two-hour seminar on proper private septic system care … Read More

Western Painted Turtles

    Few native reptiles remain wandering around Langley beyond three different varieties of garter snakes. Historical records show our community once included populations of northern alligator lizards, western painted turtles and western pond turtles. Western painted turtles still remain but in very special habitats and in very low numbers. This is also the case in the rest of the … Read More

LEPS Econews

Ever wanted to see what activities LEPS was up to in June 2014/15/16/17?  Look back on the Face of LEPS from August 2015?  Now you can! If you are looking for a more recent newsletter and it isn’t listed just send us an email at [email protected] and we will get the list updated for you! And, of course, if you want to … Read More

WaterWeeks 2017

Celebrate WaterWeeks in Langley, starting off with the Langley BC Rivers Day Community Festival. The festival takes place at the Derek Doubleday Arboretum (21200 Block Fraser Highway) on Sunday September 24, 2017 from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm. Featuring a live musical performance by popular children’s entertainers Bobs and Lolo, a free organic hotdog BBQ, interactive displays and activity booths including costume parade, … Read More

Are You Up for a Challenge?

Would you like to get to know Langley’s best-kept foodie secrets? Or are you already a regular at the Langley Community Farmers market? Take our Challenge and embark on a delicious adventure, by pledging to source as much of your food as possible from local farmers and producers for one whole week! From Wednesday July 26th to Wednesday August 2nd, … Read More

Revamped Manure Link website now LIVE!

Spring is just around the corner! For horse and livestock owners it is time to start finding uses for your composted manure that has been accumulating all Winter, and for gardeners and landscapers it is time to start looking for composted manure. Luckily there is a service that provides a platform for both. We are excited to announce the launch … Read More

Blaauw Ecoforest Update – next planting Fri., Feb. 24

In the quiet of Blaauw Ecoforest the sounds a nature can be heard by the listening ear. The gentle songs of birds call out as they flit from tree to tree as I walk along the trail. Coming from an urban setting the sounds of nature are a welcoming break to my ears. Twigs and small branches crack and snap … Read More

EcoExplorers Summer 2017!

2017’s EcoExplorers kids camps are all sorted out!  Mark your calendars – registration starts June 5! Kids between 6-12 years old can come out to the Langley Demonstration Garden to learn about eagles, garbage, snails and everything in between.  Explorers need to bring a lunch. Cost: $5/day/child Time: 10:30am – 1:30pm Days: Tue, Wed, or Thu eco_explorer2017

Summer/Fall Newsletters 2016

Well I realise that we haven’t posted our newsletters since July… where does time go? Here are the newsletters for August-November 2016 to keep you informed, although we do hope you are receiving them in your inbox, and if you aren’t why not? Visit http://ow.ly/tMZC306qYJV to sign up today. August 2016 September 2016 October 2016 November 2016