Tue., Aug. 07 | Cranbrook

Transboundary Weeds, Water and Stewardship Tour

Looking for something to do August 7th - 9th? Join us on a coach bus tour to learn about the challenges and successes of managing invasive species, watersheds and land use across political borders. Over two and a half days, we will travel from Waterton Lakes National Park, through the MD of Pincher
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Transboundary Weeds, Water and Stewardship Tour

Time & Location

Aug. 07, 2018, 10:00 a.m. – Aug. 09, 2018, 2:00 p.m.
Cranbrook, Cranbrook, BC V1C, Canada

About the event

Tour with us by coach bus from Waterton Lakes National Park through the

Municipal District of Pincher Creek, Municipality of Crowsnest Pass and the

Regional District of East Kootenay in British Columbia.

The primary objectives of our tour will be to illustrate the connectivity of the

landscape despite political borders, highlighting the need for effective, proactive,

and collaborative management processes.

Learn about successes and challenges in managing invasive species while

balancing industrial, agricultural, and recreational land uses. See firsthand the

impacts and recovery of the Kenow and Lost Creek Wildfires and related

watersheds. On the west side of the Rockies, understand the Elk River water

management concerns, conservation property successes, and other interesting

on-the-ground initiatives.

Be a part of the conversation as we learn from our neighbours and foster

opportunities to work collectively, share and adopt successful practices, and

become better stewards of the land.

Cost: $275 (includes bussing and meals)

Various accommodations available at Castle Mountain Resort

MORE INFORMATION: https://mdpinchercreek.ab.ca/getFileByName/RegistrationPackage.pdf

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