Ecosystem engineers or agricultural pests? Iconic national treasure or nuisance rodent? Join Cows and Fish and Highway 2 Conservation for this evening webinar on November 16, 2021. This workshop will feature representatives from the Ag Service Boards of County of Barrhead and Athabasca County presenting on alternative beaver mitigation strategies that have been deployed in the last two years. Please register online.
Join Bragg Creek Trails, Elbow River Watershed Partnership and Cows and Fish for a full day of riparian restoration along Bragg Creek and help improve habitat for native trout! Register in advance by clicking here.
Where To Meet: Trail Centre — West Bragg Creek Trailhead Parking Lot
What To Bring: Sturdy waterproof ankle high footwear with hiking tread –NO BIKE SHOES OR RUNNERS. Sturdy, insulated rubber boots are strongly recommended. Also please bring your own water bottle, sunscreen, face mask, sunglasses, and suitable warm work clothing (including toque and mitts) that you don’t mind getting muddy. Please check the weather forecast and dress appropriately for a full outdoor workday. A hot lunch and snacks will be provided. We will also provide work gloves, safety glasses, and have hand sanitizer on site. Face masks will be required.