Meewasin Interpretive Centre to Close July 1, 2016
Meewasin announced on June 8, 2016 that the Interpretive Centre will close as of July 1, 2016.
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Located just outside of Saskatoon where a prairie creek meets a prairie river, Beaver Creek Conservation Area is home to one of the few uncultivated short grass prairie sites left in Saskatchewan. Take a walk, feed the chickadees and enjoy the natural surroundings on one of the four trails or visit the interpretive centre to learn more.Read More
As the steward of the river valley, Meewasin believes it is crucial for everyone to understand the importance of conservation. Plan a school or group tour, a nature or city hike. Seasonal canoe and interpretive cross country ski tours are also available. These opportunities provide participants with an even greater appreciation of this natural system.Learn More
A unique prairie experience: native grassland, flora and fauna in the city. Full of all that nature has to offer from the mesmerizing song of the Western Meadowlark to the calming scent of wild Prairie Crocuses. This ancient river channel is a snapshot of real Saskatchewan prairie.Learn More
Running along both sides of the South Saskatchewan River, winding under bridges and through conserved natural areas and beautifully landscaped parks; follow the Meewasin Trail to your destination.Learn More