Upcoming Events

2018 LIVING CLASSROOM PROGRAMS

2018 LIVING CLASSROOM PROGRAMS

October 11th

The LRCA will once again be hosting a series of outdoor programs over the course of six months. The full lineup of topics includes:

NOTE: Event dates, times and topics are subject to change. 

These complimentary programs were once again made possible through the generous sponsorship of the TD Friends of the Environment Foundation.

LIVING CLASSROOM- Archaeology

LIVING CLASSROOM- Archaeology

September 20th

8:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

This field trip will feature a discussion on local archaeological findings within the region, specifically near MacKenzie Point Conservation Area and Silver Harbour Conservation Area. Be sure to wear appropriate footwear. 

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED AS SPACE IS LIMITED.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

2018 TRAILS AND TAILS DOG ADOPTION FAIR

2018 TRAILS AND TAILS DOG ADOPTION FAIR

September 23rd

12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

The 2018 Trails and Tails Dog Adoption Fair will once again be held at Cascades Conservation Area! Join the LRCA and local rescues as we showcase adoptable pets and stress responsible pet ownership (including on-leash recreation).

Featuring:

  • Event details coming soon!

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS AN ON-LEASH EVENT. PETS ARE WELCOME BUT MUST REMAIN ON-LEASH. ENFORCED UNDER CITY OF THUNDER BAY BY-LAW #71-1978.

LIVING CLASSROOM- Trees

LIVING CLASSROOM- Trees

October 11th

8:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

The session will begin with a tree lecture in the Lakehead Region Conservation Authority’s Multi-purpose Room. Participants will be bussed to Cascades Conservation Area for a closer look at the changes of the season and tree species of the Boreal Forest. Tree identification guides will be available for use during the walk. Be sure to wear appropriate footwear.

This program is now full! 

 

2018 FALL WATERFOWL VIEWING DAY

2018 FALL WATERFOWL VIEWING DAY

October 13th

The 2018 Fall Waterfowl Viewing Day will be held from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. at Mission Island Marsh Conservation Area on Saturday, October 13th. Once again the LRCA and expert birders from the Thunder Bay Field Naturalists will guide participants around the Conservation Area in search of migratory birds. No experience is necessary! Be sure to dress appropriately as this event runs rain-or-shine. Be sure to bring your binoculars, cameras and field guides!

This free event is generously sponsored by Ontario Power Generation.