Join master gardener and seed saver for Seeds of Diversity Canada for this fun and informative evening at the Community EcoGarden! Mary will cover a variety of topics from harvesting, saving, and storing seeds and how to ensure the success of genetic diversity and seed strains.
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Join Wildsight Elk Valley for our annual AGM and potluck. Clayton Lamb, bear biologist and researcher for the South Rockies Grizzly Bear Project, will be joining us and giving a presentation following the AGM. Everyone welcome but only current Wildsight members are eligible for voting.
Join RoadWatchBC and friends for cocktails and engaging conversation about wildlife connectivity and conservation with leading wildlife specialists Garth Mowat and Tara Szkorupa. Come learn what researchers, the government, and people like you are doing to help wildlife conservation. Tickets are $5 at the door and come with a free drink ticket! Doors open at … Continued
Are you worried about the clear-cutting around Fernie? Join us for a public forum on logging on private land in the Elk Valley to learn about what’s going to be logged next, how much has already been cut and why private forest land logging in the Elk Valley hurts our communities, trails, environment and wildlife. … Continued
Fernie Seedy Saturday will showcase the world of seeds for gardeners, nature lovers and plant lovers!
The East Kootenay Invasive Species Council will be joining us at the EcoGarden in Fernie for an afternoon of workshops, native plant sales, seed saving info and more! This is a FREE, all ages event. We can’t wait to see you at the garden!
Join us on Monday, May 21 at 7pm for the final Wild Ideas of the season — next one will not be until September! Megan Lohmann from the Community Energy Association will lead us in a discussion on her work with the Accelerate Kootenays Project and how we can integrate electric vehicles into our Kootenay … Continued
Chris Nicholson of Black Bear Tree Care (www.blackbeartreecare.com) will lead us in the April edition of Wild Ideas as we learn all about the 5 W’s of tree care and how we can ensure the longevity of our food producing, decorative, and native tree species.
Wild Ideas is a FREE, monthly discussion led by individuals passionate about the world! Kim Kennedy, of Fernie Mountain Honey will guide us in a relaxed and enlightening group talk all about bees, beekeeping in Fernie, and what we can do to ensure the success of the world’s most important pollinator. Fernie Mountain Honey began … Continued