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Windstorm Monument in Stanley Park

Windstorm Monument (large) in Stanley Park
Windstorm Monument (large) in Stanley Park

There is a large monument to the 2006 Windstorm which heavily damaged more than 10% of the forest in Stanley Park.  This is a monument to the windstorm and to the recovery and the donors.

Windstorm Monument plaque
Windstorm Monument plaque

The plaque says:

The violent windstorm of December 2006 severely damaged more than 10% of the Stanley Park forest, downing over 10,000 trees as well as damaging the Prospect Point escarpment and the seawall below.  The public respons was an outpouring of financial and in kind support from individuals, companies, and senior governments to underwrite the costs of restoring Stanley Park.  The restoration has been an intensive two year process which would not have happened without donations from those who care about Stanley Park.  This site represents a thank you to all those who responded to the disaster in such a generous fashion.

Windstorm Monument plaque
Windstorm Monument plaque

The plaque says:

Windstorm Monument plaque
Windstorm Monument plaque

The plaque says:

Windstorm Monument plaque
Windstorm Monument plaque

The plaque says:

Where is the Windstorm Monument in Stanley Park?

The Windstorm Monument is located at Prospect Point.  It is mere steps away from the SS Beaver Cairn .  Nearby is the Prospect Point Lookout and Prospect Point Cafe.  Just a little further down Stanley Park Drive is the Tree Donation plaque.

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