Tuesday 11 February 2014

EcoSask News, February 11, 2014


Family Week at the Creek, Feb. 17-21
Learn about the local owls and make an owl-inspired craft at Beaver Creek from February 17-21. Join an interpreter for a hike on Sundays at 2:30 pm.

Permaculture Potluck, Feb. 20
Raising chickens, buying land outside the city, and urban agriculture – join the Permaculture Research Institute at their monthly potluck on February 20 to learn more about these local experiences. Eggs for sale and a seed exchange as well.

Birds in the Parks, Feb. 22
Join the Saskatoon Nature Society as they look for songbirds in Lakeview and Heritage Parks on February 22.

Shaping Saskatoon, Feb. 25
Have your say in shaping Saskatoon’s future. Provide input on options that will shape future growth, such as rapid transit, managing growth along corridors, and improving travel across the river on February 25 (10 am - 1 pm or 6-9 pm).

Financial Statements & Audit Prep, Mar. 7
KPMG and the United Way of Saskatoon & Area are presenting a breakfast seminar on Financial Statement Basics and Audit Preparation for Not-for-Profits on March 7. Contact Brianna Bergeron at 306.934.6263 for further information.

Below Zero, Regina, Mar. 15
Join the SOEEA for a snowy safari on a Below Zero workshop in Regina on March 15. Below Zero is an educational program designed to promote understanding of wildlife under winter conditions.


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