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NCC’s Second Annual Toki Thistle Pull

Jul 5 2008 - 10:00am

Nature Conservancy of Canada

What: Volunteers will join the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) for a day of invasive plant removal at NCC’s Toki Nature Reserve property near Cochrane. Volunteers will pull weeds including Canada Thistle in order to protect the native plant diversity of this ecologically significant area. In addition to enhancing its habitat, volunteers will enjoy a guided tour of this scenic property.

When: Saturday July 5th 2008, 10:00 a.m.

Why: This property was conserved by NCC in partnership with Tokijarhpabi Holdings Ltd in 2002, who felt that this land is a valuable historical, environmental, and educational resource important to protect and conserve for future generations. It supports a wide variety of species including coyote, grey wolf, red fox, black bear, grizzly bear, cougar, Canada lynx, and bobcat. Unfortunately, the property’s native plants currently face invasive plant species such as Canada Thistle, and we need the help of volunteers to remove this threat to native biodiversity.

Where: NCC's Toki property in Jumpingpound Creek, near Cochrane

For more details and to register: Visit www.conservationvolunteers.ca or contact Colleen Cole at colleen [dot] cole [at] natureconservancy [dot] ca or 403-444-3547

The Nature Conservancy of Canada is a national non-profit conservation organization that works with landowners to protect Canada’s natural habitats. Its plan of action is to build partnerships and develop creative conservation solutions with individuals, corporations, community groups, conservation groups and government bodies. Since 1962, NCC and its supporters have helped to protect nearly 2 million acres (765,000 hectares) of ecologically significant land across Canada.

 

Location

Toki Nature Reserve near Cochrane, AB

Posted June 30, 2008 by Anonymous

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