More butterfly rangers sought in Richmond

The Vancouver-based David Suzuki Foundations is looking for more Richmond residents passionate about butterfly conservation to help care for the colourful flying insects as Butterflyway rangers.

The Butterflyway Project is an initiative led by the foundation to help the pollinators, who in turn help humans. In Richmond, several butterfly-friendly gardens have already been set up to give the insects food and shelter.

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Richmond was the first Lower Mainland municipality to join the project, and the foundation is looking to add more rangers in 2019.

You can sign up online, and you need to be available for training at the UBC Botanical Garden on Saturday, March 9 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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