Bring your Group to Fish Creek for a Stewardship Experience!

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The Friends of Fish Creek would like to invite your group down to Fish Creek for a customized stewardship experience led by Friends of Fish Creek staff, including ecology education, stewardship instruction, supervision, safety briefing, tools and personal protective equipment for up to 20 adults.  Friends of Fish Creek offer custom, facilitated stewardship opportunities for fees as outlined below and proceeds are reinvested into education and stewardship in Fish Creek Provincial Park.  Groups larger than 20 may be accommodated at an additional fee. Groups taking part in stewardship activities in the park must carry insurance covering group participants.  See link to Terms & Conditions below. 

FACILITATED STEWARDSHIP OUTINGS

  • ReWilding & Riparian Restoration: Replant degraded streambanks and riparian areas along Fish Creek
                Full-day: $2,000 for up to 20 adults, including morning coffee, tea & muffins and breaktime snacks, catered lunch available at additional cost
                Half-day $1,250 for up to 20 adults, including morning coffee, tea & muffins and breaktime snacks
  • Invasive Species Stewardship: Engage your group in the battle against invasive species
                Half-day: $500 for up to 20 adults, including morning coffee, tea & muffins and breaktime snacks
  • Poplar Forest Tree Wrapping: Help protect poplars from beaver activity
                Half-day: $500 for up to 20 adults, including morning coffee, tea & muffins and breaktime snacks
  • Mini Experience: Small group (<10) can join an existing stewardship outing
                By Donation; your group signs up for a date and activity that interests you from our stewardship schedule

SELF-DIRECTED STEWARDSHIP OUTINGS

  • Park Clean-Up: Mobilize your staff team to help keep Fish Creek beautiful
                By Donation; your group runs this outing self-directed, whereby tools, personal protective equipment,
                guidance and safety information are provided in advance, but outing is led by group leader (no FoFC staff present). 
                Equipment must be picked up in advance and returned shortly after the group’s outing. 

To request a Stewardship Experience for your group, please complete our Group Stewardship Experience Booking Request Form.  By clicking “submit”, you are agreeing to the Terms & Conditions


Photo credit: Julia Millen, Alberta Environment and Parks