BroomBusters
Cut Broom in Bloom
Vancouver Island & BC Mainland's Grassroots
Scotch Broom
Containment Campaign

Broombusting Photos - Three pages of photos of over 30 community cuts of 2012
Follow these links to view some of the photos of the hundreds of volunteers who made Broombusting successful in 2012. Please join us in April - June 2013!
As you can see from the photos, all ages can participate. Where do you want to cut broom? Transform your neighborhood and save your greenspaces for the native plants and trees of our beautiful British Columbia.

Page 1 - Parksville Page 2 - AGM & Qualicum Beach Page 3 - Nanaimo  

Above & Below: Group Shot of the AGM June 24, 2012. After the meeting, we went next door to a farmer's field to clear the broom invading the pasture. 37 people attended the AGM and we cleared the field just before a thunder storm soaked us all!
Below: Englishman River Estuary. A portion of the group in June. Broombusters partners with the Arrowsmith Naturalists for 3 years. One Broombusters cut broom every day for 6 weeks! (Photo with bird viewing deck)
Qualicum Beach Broombusters cutting the broom under the powerlines. The powerlines are one of the last places in Qualicum Beach where there is substantial broom! Not for long.
Below: 3 photos of Kwalicum Secondary School Leadership Class cleared the broom around the playing fields over 3 weeks. This is one group of student Broombusters on their first day.
Coombs Broombusters.
More Broombusters! Pipers Lagoon is one of 3 parks cleared by Broombusters in Nanaimo in 2012. Pipers Lagoon, Neck Point, and on and near Seabolt Trail.