mulx (black cottonwood) Community Planting & Knowledge Sharing

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The Knowledge, the ecosystem, the culture

mulx (black cottonwood) provide crucial habitat for a wide range of plant and animal species. This tree is extremely important for the Okanagan People, who for millennia utilized it for survival. Join us for a day of community planting and knowledge sharing to ensure the continued presence of these keystone species in the region.

October 17     8:30 am    LSIB Band Office

October 20    9:00 am    PIB Natural Resources Office

October 23    8:30 am     LSIB Band Office

October 24    8:30 am    USIB, Wolfe Lake Road (22 km west of Hedley on Highway #3)

October 26     11:00 am    OIB  sx̌wəx̌wnitkw Park, OK Falls

 

Event Sponsors:

Regional District of Okanagan Similkameen

Province of BC

Government of Canada

Event Date:
Various Dates

Event Location:
Various Locations

To register contact:

Sally Holmes, BRIDGES Skill Mentor

sm-bridges2@syilx.org

1-250-300-6581