Description Of This Tour
Join En’owkin Centre conservation/TEK staff and University of British Columbia – Vancouver PhD candidate, Kasey Moran, at the En’owkin Centre Greenhouse & Nursery to engage in propagation of a variety of Indigenous plants we are growing to support restoration of local Cottonwood forests. Learn in-depth about the wild and wonderful life history and vital ecological connections of the amazing Black Cottonwood tree.
Please be prepared for all sorts of weather – hot, sunny, windy, cold and rain too! Dress in layers and bring all-weather clothing, sunscreen, a sun hat, sturdy hiking footwear, a snack and at least 1 litre of water for all tours and events. For longer walks and hikes you will need at least 2 litres of water, as well as snacks and a bagged lunch (if not provided). Cameras, binoculars and plant and bird field guides are optional but add to your enjoyment. Please note any additional items to bring if applicable for your tour.