River Rising to Dangerous Levels

Meewasin has just been advised by the Water Security Agency that the South Saskatchewan River flow through Saskatoon will increase to 2000 cubic metres per second by Sunday, June 23rd and 2200 cubic metres per second by Thursday, June 27th. This increase in the water level poses a danger to river users…

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Plant - A - Tree Commemorative Ceremony

The 27th annual Meewasin Plant-A-Tree Dedication was held Saturday, June 15th, 1:00 p.m. in Boomtown at the Western Development Museum Saskatoon. The Plant-A-Tree, Memorial Forest and brick/bench sponsorship programs are several successful fund raising activities at Meewasin for the purpose of greening…

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$30,000 from RBC Blue Water Project for the Northeast Swale

Meewasin is thrilled to announce today that the RBC Blue Water project is contributing $30,000 to support the protection of urban waterways in the northeast sector of Saskatoon. The RBC Blue Water Project Grant will support a program called Nature by Design. This program includes wetland restoration…

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Meewasin Board Highlights - June 7, 2013

Louise Jones is the recipient of the Meewasin Conservation Award 2012.  The award is presented annually to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the conservation of the heritage resources of the Meewasin Valley.  Louise graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 1970 and has…

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Meewasin Celebrates International Trails Day-Saturday, June 1

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – Meewasin, with support from the Trans Canada Trail, invites organizations and groups to celebrate International Trails Day on Saturday, June 1, 2013, by organizing events along the Meewasin Trail, which is part of the Saskatchewan Trans Canada Trail.  Meewasin’s goal is to animate…

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