• Blue Water Park Phase 2

    We returned to Blue Water Community Park in Parksville, where we wrapped the saplings in burlap and twine to protect from munchers. The neighbours were happy to see us, and we even got some press.

  • Back at Lighthouse Community Hall

    This is a return visit to the hall in Qualicum Bay where we worked two years ago. This job took three days and we were FULL! We also had to tangle with some unhappy black faced wasps who didn’t like us visiting their neighbourhood.






  • Meeting the Neighbours

    This was a residential property nearby that had become really overgrown. We cleared a septic field that was covered in tall blackberries, and shortened the tall grass.

  • Phase 1, North End

    This is the North end of Blue Water Park Before

  • Phase 1

    These are Before, During and After of Phase 1 of Blue Water Park, completed in May






  • Earth Day Celebration In Esquimalt

    We are once again pleased to be a part of Esquimalt’s Earth Day celebration at Highrock Park on Wednesday, April 25.

    Many local schools attend, and the goats are happy to devour the invasive plants that the students pull and bring to them. If you are in the area, please come by and say Hi! It sounds like the weather will cooperate and there are many exhibits and activities.



  • Merry Christmas to All

    We would like to take this time to wish all of our customers past, present and future a very Merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous 2018. We have seen our business pick up last year and look forward to a busy spring season.

  • Aced the Base

    We recently were contacted by 19 Wing Comox to do a trial near their base, which we hope will lead to other work there. Despite a rain delay, we finished the site in four days, and got some great media interest as well from CTV Vancouver Island, The Comox Record and The Goat Radio See our Facebook page for articles.

  • Goats in the Garden??!!

    We were asked by a wonderful couple in Nanaimo if we could help to tidy up their garden, which had been overtaken by thistles, blackberries and assorted weeds. We said “bring it on”.


  • Photos of Earth Day