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Jerry Rogers Creek Streamkeepers

Jerry Rogers Creek Streamkeepers is a local stewardship group that monitors the health of, and works to, protect and restore Jerry Rogers Creek, including the associated watercourses and urban woods in the South Fraser Watershed. Jerry Rogers Creek is part of the natural drainage system of the South Slope in Burnaby, British Columbia. Its headwater is in Taylor Park, passing under Southridge Drive into Jerry Rogers Ravine Park*, where its flow is split between 12th Ave and 10th Ave before entering the series of ditches that pass through the historic Riverside neighbourhood, under Marine Way, then through the larger Big Bend neighbourhood before emptying into the Fraser River.

 

 

*The official name for the ravine park is 14th Ave Ravine Park, though in some city maps it's listed as Jerry Rogers Ravine Park, so we followed the naming convention that the other ravine parks in the community use.  

 
 

Get Involved

Inform Yourself & Spread the Word
Inform Yourself & Spread the Word

Educate yourself on the importance of our local watershed and help raise awareness. By engaging more of the community, we can ensure that Jerry Rogers Creek becomes a pristine habitat for our local wildlife and help keep our neighbourhoods beautiful.

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Volunteer Your Time
Volunteer Your Time

Take the first step towards becoming a streamkeeper! This is the best way to help shape the future of Jerry Rogers Creek and the surrounding forest. The more help we have, the better job we can do monitoring the creek.

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Inform Yourself & Spread the Word
Inform Yourself & Spread the Word

Educate yourself on the importance of our local watershed and help raise awareness. By engaging more of the community, we can ensure that Jerry Rogers Creek becomes a pristine habitat for our local wildlife and help keep our neighbourhoods beautiful.

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