Wideview, SK; Photo by Michael Bell

Wideview, SK; Photo by Michael Bell

De-Fence for Wildlife Safety

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August 11, 2022

Campbell and Ball-Berg properties

Lindbrook, AB
9:30 a.m - 3 p.m

You will be taking down old barbed-wire fences that create hazards to wildlife by removing fence staples, creating barbed-wire rolls and carrying them off the Campbell and Ball-Berg properties. Fewer fences allow wildlife to move through the properties with ease and prevent injury! Have fun working alongside other friendly faces and take hands-on action toward conservation.

While you enjoy your lunch break, NCC staff will share insights about ongoing restoration projects happening within the Beaver Hills Biosphere. Your help at this event contributes to NCC's conservation legacy that Albertans can be proud of!

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Fitness Toilet
Moderate fitness level required. There are no toilets on site.
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Tools Food
All tools will be provided by NCC. Extra water and snacks will be provided.

Equipment checklist

  • closed-toe shoes
  • long pants
  • light layers
  • hat
  • water bottle
  • lunch
  • sunscreen
  • any necessary medications

Please note

Additional event details, including driving directions and parking instructions, will be provided closer to the event day. Please come prepared for the weather.

This event works with barbed-wire fences. We recommend having an up-to-date tetanus shot.

This event is suited for individuals 18 years and older.

Questions?

Please email ab.volunteers@natureconservancy.ca

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