Keep it Natural Day

Experience a natural oasis, in an urban setting

Max 30 participants

Starts at 9:00 a.m.

Meet at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Take a taxi, or carpool to stunning Fort Whyte Alive, a 20 minute drive from the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. FortWhyte Alive is more than just a nature centre, wildlife refuge, or a place for education – their 640 acres of protected urban greenspace is an award-winning destination for incredible outdoor experiences.

Upon arrival, take part in a Canadian Tourism Commission Signature Experience, A Prairie Legacy: The Bison and its People.  Discover how the bison influenced the history of Manitoba and the lives of the people of the prairies. Experience a close-up encounter with 30 grunting, munching bison -- then, test your skills as you power a mighty Voyageur canoe. Explore a Plains Cree Tipi, step inside a one-room pioneer sod house, and savour wild bush tea and bannock over a campfire.

Enjoy a light lunch of soup, sandwich as well as a cookie and a drink at the onsite restaurant.

Enjoy the rest of your day at Fort Whyte Alive self-guided. Explore the south trails at your leisure, shop at the boutique, or visit the interpretive centre.

Note: if you are renting a vehicle for the week, and can drive to Fort Whyte, please let us know. This will assist us in keeping conference fees down. Transportation will be provided, via taxi.

Interpretation Canada c/o Kerry Wood Nature Centre 6300 45th Ave Red Deer, AB, Canada  T4N 3M4

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