The Rain Garden Ramble

The rain garden ramble is an interactive stamp rally scavenger hunt that encourages the community to explore GRI and learn about the rain gardens! This project includes social media mock ups as well as installations inside the rain gardens.






PUB 438


  • Mauve Pagé

City of Vancouver:

  • Julie McManus

Student Team:

  • Alexia Feijoo
  • Ana Lizarraga
  • Megan Yeung
  • Olivia Hao


Summer 2024


Our project aims to encourage the community to go out and explore the local green infrastructure, rain gardens specifically, by having a stamp rally! Each participant will have a stamp booklet or are able to download an online PDF that will tell them info about the gardens and collect a stamp at each location. Each location will have photo ops which will help the city keep tabs on how the plants are doing throughout the year. Social media also ties into this to spread information about the activity but also re-share community posts. We wanted to solve the lack of information and knowledge of the public in regards to GRI. We think we tackled that quite well as through our surveys and research, many were interested in such an event!


To nominate our project for HUBBUB 22 People’s Choice Awards, between July 4th and July 10th, go to HUBBUB 22 People’ Choice Voting. 
Winners will be announced on July 11th, 2024 during the CityStudio Youth Summer event Civic Matters: Youth Voices and Your City Hall Campus. 

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