Part two in our Stars and Butterflies series. Join Janice Arndt for a butterfly talk, on the move, at the Creston Wildlife Centre. $10 at the door, maximum 30 people, weather dependent.
Fernie Fall Fair
Join Frank Russo in his incredible orchard/garden and learn about his simple grafting methods. 10 to 11:30 am
Join Wildsight Invermere and Shuswap elder Verna Stevens for a wild foraging walk. Verna will lead participants on a forest walk around Lake Enid, collecting ingredients to make traditional teas. For more info call 250-341-6898 or email email@example.com. Saturday September 9th | 10am-12noon | Lake Enid Wildsight Members $25 Non-members $30 REGISTER NOW: click here!
Wildsight Members $20 / Nonmembers $30 Discover forest fungus and learn which ones are tasty, deadly and essential to forest health. This workshop is part of our Wild Nature Workshops Summer Series. For more info call 250-423-3322, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or register here. To learn more about Wild Nature Tours please visit www.wildnaturetours.ca.
As part of the Fernie Museum’s Chautauqua Celebrations, Wildsight Elk Valley is once hosting the Fall Fair! We’re celebrating with a festival that is as unique as our community. Our Harvest Fall Fair is a grass roots public event that encourages people to bridge rural and urban living by promoting agriculture, recreation, household arts, and gardening. … Continued
Wildsight Kimberley Cranbrook and Kimberley’s Selkirk Secondary School are proud to host a Go Wild! wilderness trip for a tenth season! This coming September, select grade nine students from Selkirk Secondary will join instructor Jenn Meens and guide Kevin Blades on a 4-day backpacking trip through the Waterton Lakes National and Akamina-Kishinena Provincial Parks. On this … Continued
Join us as we celebrate BC River’s Day and the lakes, rivers and streams of the Columbia Basin, with a float down the Columbia River from Athalmer to Radium. We have so much to celebrate this year, including the enactment of the boating regulation on the Columbia River and the launch of Living Lakes Canada. … Continued
Do you love the Columbia Wetlands, birds, and being outside? If so, participating in the Columbia Wetlands Waterbird Survey (CWWS) this fall may be for you! Migratory bird surveys will be occurring in the Columbia Wetlands this fall from 10am-1pm on each of the three following dates: • Friday, September 29th • Thursday, October 5th … Continued
Dial in your compost-making skills at this hands-on workshop. The ultimate soil-builder, good compost not only provides nutrients and organic matter, but also a healthy community of soil-microbiology to help your plants thrive. Learn to source appropriate materials, mix them at the proper proportions, and monitor the pile as it matures into black gold. This … Continued
Wildsight Members $20 / Nonmembers $30 For centuries people have crafted useful objects from nature. Discover what you an create from items in your own backyard! Get creative with Wild Nature Tours and Wild Nature Workshops this fall! For more info call 250-423-3322, email email@example.com or register here!