> Lighthouse Park Preservation Society
In 1998, a group of residents formed the Lighthouse Park Preservation Society. Its stated goals are to: “work to protect the natural integrity of the park given its unique natural history and vulnerability to urban pressures; promote public awareness of the natural features of Lighthouse Park and to promote public support for its preservation; support the development of biological zones along the park boundaries and to work to prevent development encroaching on the park.” The Society holds monthly meetings, occasional work parties (e.g., invasive species removal), regular lectures on matters ranging from historical slide shows on the park to natural history, and publish a newsletter. The lectures, publicized in the park, are open to members and the public.
Guided walks, lectures, ivy & broom pulls and native planting are some of the Society's activities.
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