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October 2, 2019

A visitor to the Kimberley in the summer may not notice how abundant western larch trees are in many parts of the Nature Park. In the next few weeks, as the days shorten and the green larch needles turn to gold, their presence will be eye-catching.

The view from Romanti...

September 23, 2019

Users of the Nature Park should be especially careful this fall when hiking or biking along Romantic Ridge, Pat Morrow Trail and Lower Army Road (see map below).

We have just learned that a contract has been awarded by the City to Fall Line Forestry for anothe...

August 2, 2019

On our annual hike for young families 10 adults, five children and two four-legged friends enjoyed a meander from the Higgins Street entrance to Eimer’s Lake. This is a wonderful trek for young hikers - easy and short. Our route took us along a creek on a road with loa...

July 6, 2019

When it comes to berry-picking around Kimberley, huckleberries are far and away the most popular fruit to harvest even though the Saskatoon bush is one of the most common shrubs in the area. The Nature Park is full of Saskatoon bushes, but it is fairly rare to find one...

June 11, 2019

We have now completed our year-long project to preserve and digitize our archival collection of documents, photos, maps and correspondence dating back to 1987, and researchers can browse this material at the Kimberley Heritage Museum.

Marie Stang, administrator of the K...

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