Learn how willows can be a secret weapon in the fight against erosion. Help FortWhyte Alive plant rooted willow plugs and shoreline trees along our lakeshore.
Please bring rubber boots, and wear long pants and sleeves. Gloves, planting tools, and light refreshments provided.
This activity is not recommended for those with a previously determined high sensitivity to poison ivy. Gloves and poison ivy wash station will be available at the planting site.
1-3pm Kid's Craft at Interpretive Centre: Willow Crowns. Free with regular admission.
1:30-2:30pm Join us in the Main Theatre for a special presentation featuring Johanna Théroux of the Lake Winnipeg Indigenous Collective, who will join us to share stories of First Nations initiatives around Lake Winnipeg.
This program is free, but registration is required. Sign up by clicking here.
Thank you to Jensen's Nursery who has donated two $25 gift certificates to participants. These will be awarded by email to participants after the event.
Please contact Katrina Froese for more information by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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