Meewasin hosts a variety of free events for locals and visitors to experience the Meewasin Valley and to celebrate environmental days throughout the year!
Invasive Species of the Meewasin Valley – Webinar
November 22, 2023 12-1 PM
Invasive Species were identified as the number one threat to the ecological integrity of Meewasin Valley in the 2017 Meewasin Valley-wide Resource Management Plan. Meewasin’s Resource Management Officer, Renny W. Grilz, PAg, will discuss the various invasive species that are found in the valley, some of the new arrivals that are popping up, and the ones Meewasin is on the look-out for. Renny will also discuss Meewasin’s integrated invasive species control program and the different approaches Meewasin uses in controlling invasive species in the Valley.
Summer Activities at Beaver Creek Conservation Area
Beaver Creek is a popular place to take a walk in nature and hand-feed the resident black-capped chickadees. But did you know that there are a lot of other activities happening on site this summer?
From paid experiences to free drop-in activities there is something for everyone!
Free Drop-in Programs:
Guided Hikes - July 15 @ 11 am; July 29 @ 1 pm
Crafting Table – July 16 & 23 (10 am-2 pm)
Birding Basics – July 26 @ 11 am
Biofacts Table – July 27 (9 am-4 pm) – Visit our Biofacts Table and build your nature knowledge!
Pop-up Interpreter – July 28 (9 am-4 pm) - Find a Meewasin Interpreter along the trail and learn more about what makes Beaver Creek special.
BCCA BioBlitz - July 22 (1 pm-3 pm) - Become a citizen scientist and sign up to help us catalogue species of interest on site. *This is a volunteer event and requires advance registration* - Register Here
Parks Canada Learn to Camp – July 16, 22 & 30 (9 am–4 pm) – Our friends from Parks Canada will be on site promoting their Learn-to-Camp program. Try out some activities that introduce you to camping!
Meewasin Trails Day is part of the international celebration of trails to promote trail development, the use of trails and the healthy lifestyle they encourage. It is an exciting day including recreation, movement, art, community, and most significantly, the appreciation and support of our local organizations.
International Trails Day occurs every year on the first Saturday of June.
Stay tuned for Meewasin's Trails Day 2024 Celebrations!
The International Day for Biological Diversity is a United Nations–sanctioned international day for the promotion of biodiversity issues.
Stay tuned for Meewasin's Biodiversity Day 2024 Celebrations!
Earth Day is an annual event on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental protection.
Stay tuned for Meewasin's Earth Day 2024 Celebrations!