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Reminder: Night Hike on Monday

Join members and their guests to try your skill & luck to prowl for owls on a guided night hike Monday evening starting at 7PM. Details and registration click here.

One week until our Full-moon Night Hike!

Join members and their guests for a guided night-hike under the full moon through the magical woods of Sulphur Spring Conservation Area, hoping to hear or even see owls, Monday January 21st at 7PMclick here for details and registration (member password required).

Reminder: Treevia on Saturday

Final reminder, our afternoon of social connection and a friendly tree-themed trivia contest, at Thornbury Cidery & Brewery, takes place this Saturday, 3-5 PM. Click here for complete details & registration.

Treevia Registration Link

The link, in yesterday’s message, to register for the Treevia event was incorrect. It has now been fixed on the original web posting or you can go directly to: https://bgwa.ca/register/

Member password is required during the priority registration period until Nov 2nd.

Woodlot Tour pics available

Pictures from last weekend’s woodlot tour of Lloyd Holbrook’s property have been posted in the members’ area.

Treevia is Back!!!

As announced in the Autumn newsletter, our tree-themed event of trivia and libations last year was such a success we are doing it again…. in just three weeks, Saturday, November 17, 3-5PM, this year at Thornbury Village Cider House & Brewery. Click here for complete details and sign-up. Take note max capacity is 28 people. Priority registration for members and their guests until Nov 2, then any remaining spots open to others.

Oct 21 Woodlot Tour – Details & Registration

Join us at 2PM on Sunday Oct 21st for a guided tour of a member’s woodlot. Location southwest of Paisley, near the junction of Bruce County Road 1 & 20. Interesting/unique features of this property:

  • maple unlogged for 35+ years
  • variety of both heavy clay and gravelly soils
  • recent (~5yrs) plantings of Oak and Shagbark Hickory to increase diversity and balance expected effect of EAB
  • examples of damage from pasture used of land still existent 25+ years later
  • examples of beech fungus disease

Location details and registration click here. (member password required – if you are current member and have forgotten yours, use comment form below to request it)