Sprucin’ Up Meeting Lake!
May 12th, 2018, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Meeting Lake 3, Saskatchewan
Come out and help us plant White Spruce, Paper Birch, and Red Osier Dogwood as part of our restoration plan on Meeting Lake 3! Located within the Boreal Transition Ecoregion, this area consists of diverse grassland, shrubland and woodland habitats. These habitats are home to a variety of mammals such as Moose and American Black Bear, a host of grassland and forest birds, and waterfowl. In certain areas, this property has been cleared of trees and other vegetation and suffers from fragmentation and wetland loss. Help us bring back this property to its’ full glory!
Carpooling: If you’re interested in carpooling to the property with other volunteers (driving, or catching a ride) please click here and add your car, or join a car. There’s also a wait list feature if there’s no car listed yet where you’re traveling from. Happy travels!
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The Meeting Lake 3 Property is located north of the City of Saskatoon, and north east of the City of North Battleford and approximately 5 miles west and 2 miles south of the community of Shell Lake. The property consists of a total of 477.97 acres of woodlands, wetlands, and open grassland areas interspersed with shrubs. Permanent, semi permanent and seasonal wetlands totalling approximately 51.4 acres are distributed amongst the three quarter section parcels. Duck density maps provided by DUC estimate that between 30-50 pairs per square mile can be found in this area.
What you will be doing
Join NCC staff and help us plant tree seedlings as part of our restoration plan for this property!Why you will love it
You will be helping contribute to the recovery of this property by restoring vegetation that will create new vegetation communities and habitats for wildlife, all while getting to explore the stunning boreal transition area! Plus get the chance to meet new like-minded friends and hang out with NCC's expert staff!Questions?
Contact Kayla Burak: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will work in rain or shine, so be prepared for the weather. Pack a lunch and bring a water bottle!
While we do our best to provide you with the tools you need to participate, please bring the following items if you have them:
- Dress in layers
- Sturdy, closed-toed shoes
- Camping gear (if you want to camp)
- Tree planting shovel (if you have one)
- Reusable water bottle
- Necessary medications
- Bug spray