Do you want to know more about the spectacular prairie wildflowers found in the Meewasin Valley and the animals that pollinate them? Have you ever seen an insect in a flower and thought, “What are you up to…”? If you answered yes – or just love pollinators and want to learn more – this program is for you!
Join Kelton Braun, one of Meewasin’s incredible environmental educators for a Pollinator Walk at Beaver Creek Conservation Area. Along the way, you’ll learn a bit about native plants and the pollinators that love them, and have the chance to plant your own wildflower on site.
After the hike, you’ll enjoy a refreshing cold drink made especially for you with help from pollinators and our friends at Primal Restaurant. And the best part? The proceeds from your ticket support Meewasin’s education and conservation efforts!
This exclusive small group experience is limited to 16 people per session. One ticket provides admission for one person.
Due to the natural features of the trail network, this experience is not considered accessible for guests with limited mobility.
2023 DATES: July 8, 16 & 29; Aug 6, 19 & 27 (10:00 am – 12:30pm)
COST: $37.50 CAD + tax per person
LOCATION: Beaver Creek Conservation Area