23rd Annual Knapweed Rodeo

Howdy partner - help us corral this Waterton weed!

 

Celebrate 21 years of keeping this weed corralled.

- Pitch in and head-off a stampeded of billions of weed seeds.

- Great for families, individuals and groups.

- No experience necessary – just a willingness to help pick and bag knapweed.

- Free lunch and equipment provided.

- RSVP for lunch and FREE day-entry into Waterton Lakes National Park.

- Volunteer for a half-day shift (or longer!).

 

Please contact Amy Adair at amy.adair@pc.gc.ca or phone (403)-859-2702 for more information and to register for this event.

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Location

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Latitude: 49.058496 Longitude: -113.903254 Elevation: 4271 ft
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Amy Adair

Types of Volunteer Work Available

Knapweed is an invasive plant that can take over native landscapes by releasing toxins from its roots and producing 12,000 or more seeds from a single plant. By pulling knapweed before it goes to seed, we can keep this weed corralled. Oh, and don't forget your cowboy hat!

Activity Level

Moderate

Appropriate Ages for Volunteer Opportunity

All ages

Dates for Volunteer Opportunity

7/23/2016 – 7/23/2016

Access to Volunteer Site

Gravel Road

Expenses Volunteer Should Expect

All volunteers receive a free day pass to Waterton Lakes National Park on the day that they volunteer.

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