What was once a run-down asphalt walkway in Seaside Park, Saint John, New Brunswick, was transformed by the Depave Paradise project to get recognized as a vital pollinator habitat by the David Suzuki Foundation!

The park got a new urban greenspace featuring 200 native wildflowers such as asters, milkweed, bee-balm, and irises this summer. The greenspace was set up with the help of nearly 60 volunteers locally coordinated by ACAP Saint John, and supported by the City of Saint John.

Read more about the project on the Depave Paradise website.

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