Posted on June 6, 2019 by Tia Lalani

Join professor Greg King for a lecture and nature walk on the importance of Camrose’s urban forest, while learning about the different trees and vegetation that exist in our city. Thursday, June 6 7:00 pm Stony Creek Centre This event is free and open to the public! This presentation is part of the Camrose Wildlife …

Join professor Greg King for a lecture and nature walk on the importance of Camrose’s urban forest, while learning about the different trees and vegetation that exist in our city.


Thursday, June 6

7:00 pm

Stony Creek Centre

This event is free and open to the public!


This presentation is part of the Camrose Wildlife Stewardship Society’s Environmental Education Programs, which run every Thursday evening from May 30 to August 15. The presentations are from one to one and a half hours, and each week will cover a different topic about wildlife or greenspaces presented by a professional in the field. To view the schedule of presentations, see the CWSS Summer Programs Brochure 2019. For more information, contact Brittany Woelk, CWSS Summer Coordinator at 780-672-0544 or wildlifestewardship@camrose.ca.


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