Lot’s of things happening in Langley throughout November, if you aren’t on our mailing list for the newsletter you can still be in the loop: Read the November Newsletter now!
If you haven’t signed up for our monthly e-newsletter (and why not?) you can now access them through our News page. Each month we will upload the most recent edition, but in case you missed the last few, here you go! April 2015 Newsletter May 2015 Newsletter June 2015 Newsletter July 2015 Newsletter August 2015 Newsletter September Newsletter 2015 BC … Read More
Awesome words from Izzy, one of the Langley City Summer Youth Eco Crew that worked with us during summer of 2015. I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to work with LEPS and my coworkers this summer. Every day was a privilege rather than an obligation to come in to work, and that was largely due to the … Read More
BC Rivers Day Call to Action Who: Calling all energetic individuals! Event: Langley BC Rivers Day Festival When: Sunday, September 24th, 2017 (and Saturday, September 23th for set-up) Time: Volunteers are needed from 10:00am until 4:00pm (Saturday set-up TBD) Where: Derek Doubleday Arborteum, Langley (see link) Why volunteer: This is a great opportunity for community involvement! Volunteers at Langley’s BC … Read More
Albert Xie, Garden Coordinator Summer is once again upon us and the Langley Demonstration Garden is thriving this year: plants that were brought down from the original garden have now settled and are growing with full force; once-barren garden beds are now shedding their drab wood mulch coats and replacing them with Kinnikinnik and sedums instead. The delicate sprouts of … Read More
Protect Your Drinking Water! Megan Fong, Water Wise Outreach Assistant The beautiful sunshine is here! Bees are buzzing, ice cream is melting and water parks are refreshing us in the summer heat. We use so much water in the summer time but we don’t think about how our water use effects our drinking water supply. Did you know that we … Read More
Description: Langley Environmental Partners Society (LEPS) is a non-profit, partnership-driven organization formed in 1993 to protect and restore the natural environment through education, cooperation and action. With support from the City of Langley, LEPS is offering a summer employment initiative to engage local youth in restoration of natural areas and the public promotion of environmental stewardship and sustainability. The 2015 Summer Youth … Read More