NCC Habitat Restoration: Weeds and Waterfowl

August 16, 2008 - 4:00pm

Nature Conservancy of Canada

What: Volunteers will spend a day exploring the Nature Conservancy of Canada's (NCC's) Lowden Springs property and ridding this low-lying moraine habitat of invasive plant species including Canada Thistle. In addition, volunteers will be treated to a tour of the lake property and will learn about Rumsey Moraine, the largest uninterrupted Aspen Parkland habitat left in the world.

When: Saturday, August 16, 10:00 a.m.

Where: This event takes place on the Nature Conservancy of Canada's Lowden Springs property near Stettler. Lowden Lake is located on the east side of Hwy 56, approximately 15 km north of the 590/56 junction. For more details on the meeting spot and event, please register at

The Nature Conservancy of Canada is a national non-profit conservation organization that works with landowners to protect Canada's natural habitats. Its plan of action is to build partnerships and develop creative conservation solutions with individuals, corporations, community groups, conservation groups and government bodies. Since 1962, NCC and its supporters have helped to protect nearly 2 million acres (765,000 hectares) of ecologically significant land across Canada.

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Colleen Cole
Conservation Volunteers Coordinator
The Nature Conservancy of Canada
Alberta Region
Tel: 403-444-3547
Cell: 403-809-2770
Email: [email protected]


Lowden Springs Property near Stettler , AB