Tuesday, 19 April 2016

EcoSask News, April 19, 2016

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Upcoming Events
Co-existing with Beavers for Municipalities, Apr. 21 [webinar]
The Association for the Protection of Fur-Bearing Animals is offering a webinar on Apr. 21 to provide communities with practical tools they can use in creating non-lethal management plans for beavers.

SOS Elms AGM, Apr. 24
SOS Elms is holding their annual general meeting on Apr. 24 at 1:30 pm at the Marr Residence (326 11th Street East).

Beekeeping & Bees, Apr. 24
Dr. Barry Brown will discuss the joy and benefits of beekeeping at 1:30 pm, Apr. 24, at Wild Birds Unlimited.

Conservation Conundrums: Pintails & Swallows, Apr. 26
Dr. Bob Clark will discuss the travels and lifestyles of pintails and swallows and highlight how they serve as indicators of our environment and well-being at Tox on Tap, 6:30 pm, Apr. 26.

PermaSask AGM, Apr. 27
PermaSask will be holding their annual general meeting at 7 pm, Apr. 27, at The Stand.

Wildlife Rehab Orientation, Apr. 30 (Regina)
Wildlife Rehabilitation Society of Saskatchewan is holding a new member and volunteer orientation in Regina from 1-3 pm, Apr. 30.

Project WET & Growing Up WILD, May 6-8 (La Ronge)
SaskOutdoors is offering Project WET and Growing Up WILD workshops in La Ronge, May 6-8.

Elbow Trail Fundraiser, May 14 (Elbow)
Friends of the Elbow Trail are hosting a fundraiser on May 14 with live entertainment by Topher Mills.

Introductory Beekeeping Courses
Saskatoon – May 14-15, Lalonde Honey Farms
Regina – May 28-29, St. Joseph’s Honey, Balgonie

A full list of upcoming events can be found on the EcoFriendly Sask Calendar

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News
Where we live affects the environment more than what we own or choose to drive

University of Saskatchewan President Peter Stoicheff has announced his commitment to three key initiatives: sustainability, reconciliation, and examining the feasibility of the Emma Lake Kenderdine Campus

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