Wee ones came out this past weekend to help the city prepare for spring. The City of Burnaby runs and eco-sculpture program, where the public is invited to help stuff plant plugs into the dirt-filled metal frames. Planting took place at a nursery close to Burnaby Lake. The sculptures are often in the shapes of animals - bees, cranes, salmon and bears, for instance. The sculptures are meant to highlight local environmental initiatives, while encouraging public participation in the program.