Entries by Jonathan

Nature Grandparenting

This fall, SaskOutdoors is offering a unique intergenerational nature program in Saskatoon. The Nature Grandparenting program is designed for grandparents to experience nature with their grandchild (three- to five-years old) in Saskatoon’s Gabriel Dumont Park. The event is being held on Wednesday mornings between Sept. 21 to Oct. 26, with two start times: 9:15 a.m. and […]

Helping to get girls and women ‘On the Move’

Check out the newly released On the Move handbook a valuable resource for individuals and organizations concerned with increasing girls’ and young women’s participation or with gender equity. In the On the Move Handbook you will find: Success stories from across the country; Discussion about the social barriers girls and young women face in their participation“Stats […]

Volunteers needed for flowering rush removal, Aug. 15-17

The Native Plant Society of Saskatchewan (NPSS) is looking for a lot of volunteers from Aug. 15-17 to help it pull flowering rush from the only known wetland in Saskatchewan near Watrous, in the hope of eradicating it and saving Saskatchewan from yet another invasive species. The work will begin at 10 a.m. each day and volunteers […]

Elbow Trail construction underway

Construction of the recreational trail system for the Village of Elbow and the Elbow Harbour Recreation Site is underway. This proposed trail system will provide the people of Elbow and its surrounding communities, as well as visitors to Lake Diefenbaker, with an excellent natural surface, environmentally-friendly trail system that is safe for beginner and intermediate […]

Level 10 Fitness supports the STA

For a few weeks starting Aug. 2, Level 10 Fitness in Regina will be accepting donations on behalf of the STA. Stop in at 2124 Grant Rd. for a great workout and contribute to the donation container. Thanks to Level 10 Fitness for supporting our province’s trails! If you’d like to help, visit our Get […]