EVENT CANCELLED! Will be rescheduled in June.
Ecosystem Restoration is internationally defined as the process of assisting with the recovery of an ecosystem that has been degraded, damaged or destroyed by re-establishing its structural characteristics, species composition and ecological processes (Executive Summary, Ecosystem Restoration Strategic Plan, 2009).
Amanda Weber-Roy (BC Parks Conservation Specialist) will lead us through the 138 hectare tree removal project conducted this winter at Premier Lake Park as part of the Premier Lake Park Ecosystem Restoration project. This was very large scale for BC Parks and had many partners, stakeholders and much opposition.
Itinerary (Cranbrook area)
12-12:30pm Meet @ Wasa Community Hall for take away snacks/lunch
12:30-1:30 Travel to Premier Lk
1:00 Meet @ Premier Lk turn off of Hwy #95 (for those not able to meet @ Wasa Hall)
1:45-2:30 PD presentation & tour
2:45-3:45 Travel back to Wasa
3:45-5:30 Appetizers & Social @ Wasa Pub
BCIA agrologists attend for FREE to earn PD credits
Non-members pay $10 collected on the field day.
All attendees need to register. Register online below (please login as a member) or through the BCIA office at firstname.lastname@example.org or BC Toll Free: 1-877-855-9291; Phone: 250-380-9292.