Thursday 2 May 2019

Jane's Walks 2019 in Regina and Saskatoon

Canada goose & goslings

Jane’s Walks is an annual festival of citizen-led walks encouraging people to explore and learn about their neighbourhoods. They’re designed to promote the community-based approach to urban planning initiated by Jane Jacobs. Jane’s Walks began in Toronto in 2006 and have now spread to 225 cities around the world. 

A number of the 2019 walks explore Regina and Saskatoon’s natural areas and sustainability.

May 3, 7-8:30 pm – Rebuilding Riverside Dyke
May 4, 10-11:30 am – History and Nature of Wascana Lake
May 5, 11am-12:30 pm – From the Science Centre to Far Away Place

May 4, 10 am – Cohousing using Sustainable Building Practices
May 4, 2 pm – Saskatoon’s Man of Trees
May 4, 2 pm – Forestry Farm Walking Tour
May 4, 7 pm – Spring Evening Hike at Northeast Swale
May 5, 2 pm – Moose Jaw-Saskatoon Trail: A Remnant of Native Prairie
May 5, 1:30 pm – 17th Street Walking Path: From Rail Line to Multi-purpose Trail
May 5, 2 pm – Woodlands Walk: St. Barbe-Baker Afforestation Area
May 5, 3:30 pm – Wild Spring Walk: Flora & Fauna of George Genereux Urban Regional Park