Our Stony Lake trail system winds through rugged Canadian Shield and beautiful forests, but some unwanted visitors have been enjoying the trails as well. Invasive plant seeds have entered the area and threaten the function and beauty of the ecosystem. Help to remove these unwanted plants and make sure plants such as trillium’s and wild ginger have room to grow.
We’ll also close old trails that are no longer needed to ensure the property is a safe haven for wildlife. We will be pulling plants by hand, using hand saws and moving brush and rocks.
This day is an excellent opportunity to visit our Stony Lake trails system and learn more about the species specific to “The Land Between”.
Location: KLT Ingleton Wells Property, near Burleigh Falls
Date: Saturday May 27 2017
Time: Morning to early afternoon (time TBA)
Signup info: Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up or call KLT office at 705-743-5599
What to bring: Lunch, sturdy shoes or boots
Max participants: 8