Scots Pine Christmas Tree Spectacular (Boreal Ecology Centre, MB)
December 2 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm CST
‘Twas the season for A Rocha, so spry and so grand,
With a mission for nature, they had quite the plan.
In the heart of Manitoba, where pines did entwine,
They’d host a tree harvest, a festive design.
Come enjoy a hot beverage, the trails, a campfire, and a chance to cut down your own Christmas tree!
Why are we doing this? Scots pine are an introduced species in Manitoba. They were previously brought here for erosion control and… you guessed it, Christmas trees!
Help us clear the Boreal Ecology Centre of these trees that don’t belong, making room for native species, and in the process, take home your very own tree.
- Option 1 – Bring your own saw
- Option 2 – We saw for you
- nets, straps, or ropes not provided
- $20 suggested donation (please bring cash or cheque)
- Contact us here if you have any questions.
Sign up for your slot below. Please select one ticket per group (you’ll be able to let us know how many will be coming in your group as you register):
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