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Pembina Valley Interpretive Centre

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Pembina Valley Interpretive Centre

The Pembina Valley Interpretive Centre is a living sanctuary for people and wildlife. The centre overlooks the Pembina Valley, a little-known but intensely beautiful place. Open year-round, the centre welcomes people to experience God’s creation in all of its seasons. Some come alone to experience rest and solitude, others come with friends and family for picnics, hiking or snowshoeing. Groups of students from near-by schools learn through hands-on studies of the watershed, forest, and tall grass prairie in programming offered by A Rocha volunteers. All are welcomed to join us in caring for, learning about and enjoying God’s creation.

Caring for people and wildlife in the Pembina Valley

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