Trail marking day at the Alfred-Kelly Nature Reserve
October 20th, 2018, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Alfred-Kelly Nature Reserve, Quebec
Infrastructure / Site Cleanup
Join us on the trails at the Alfred-Kelly Nature Reserve to help install trail markers. The markers will help hikers have a better experience.
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Located just 60 kilometres from Montreal, the Alfred-Kelly Nature Reserve (1,236 acres/500 hectares) is nestled in the heart of the Piedmont and Prévost Escarpments of the Laurentians — one of the region’s emblematic natural areas. This spot combines conservation and public access. These rocky landscapes are home to a variety of flora and fauna, including such rare species as purple clematis and Holboell’s rockcress, and vulnerable species such as smooth green snake and pickerel frog.
What you will be doing
10 AM: Meet at Prévost train station.
10h30 AM-2 PM: Trail marking. Lunch on the site at your convenience (please bring your lunch).
2h30 PM-15 PM : Regroup at Prévost station for a review of the day (tea, coffee and snacks will be served)
You will be actively contributing to the improvement of signage and the experience of hikers on the Nature Reserve. You will also discover a beautiful natural area not too far from Montréal!Questions?
Contact Annie Ferland: email@example.com
If it rains, the activity will be postponed to Sunday October 21. If the activity is postponed, participants will be notified by email.
MEETING POINT: Prévost Station, 1272 Rue de la Traverse, Prévost, J0R 1T0. Toilets are available.
The Nature Conservancy of Canada would like to thank The Fondation Hydro-Québec pour l’environnement and the MRC des Pays d’en Haut for helping to fund this event !
While we do our best to provide you with the tools you need to participate, please bring the following items if you have them:
- Closed-toe footwear
- Long pants
- Long shirt
- Layers of clothing (light sweater and jacket)
- Rain gear
- 1 Litre of water in a reusable bottle