Get Outside and Join Coulee Clean-Up
The Helen Schuler Nature Centre presents the eleventh annual Coulee Clean-Up starting on Earth Day (April 22). Everyone is invited to take part in this annual tradition of cleaning up our natural spaces in Lethbridge. Thank you to all past/present volunteers and community supporters for helping with the Coulee Clean-Up program - your efforts have made Lethbridge a better place to live!
Registration is now open for Coulee Clean-Up!
Are you ready to make a difference in our community? We are now accepting registrations from families, teams, organizations, community groups, and individuals!
There are two ways to get involved with Coulee Clean-Up:
- Pick your own date/time and pick a coulee location to assist with.
- Complete the online registration form
- Join us at an upcoming Public Drop-In Coulee Clean-Up! No pre-registration necessary, simply meet at the designated location on the corresponding date/time.
2018 Drop-In Coulee Clean-Up Calendar:
Sunday April 22, 1-3pm,
at Indian Battle Park – meet at Baroness Picnic Shelter
[Hosted by Helen Schuler Nature Centre];
Friday April 27, 4-6pm,
at Galt – meet at Galt Museum parking lot
[Hosted by Jo Jo Garden Design and Consulting];
Tuesday May 1, 7-8pm,
at St. Pats – meet at St. Pats Cemetery Parking Lot
[Hosted by Sen Buchanan Neighbourhood Association - SeBuNA];
Wednesday May 2, 7-8pm,
at 10 ST W (road to Popson/Cottonwood) – meet at 10 ST W & University Drive W
[Hosted by Friends of the Helen Schuler Nature Center Society];
Thursday May 24, 7-9pm,
at Cottonwood Park – meet at parking lot
[Hosted by Lethbridge Naturalists' Society];
Benefits of participating in Coulee Clean-Up
- improved habitat for wildlife in Lethbridge
- great team-building activity
- explore the river valley
- everyone enjoys a trash-free space
- volunteer appreciation BBQ in August!
Need more information? Please review the Coulee Clean-Up Handbook!
Want to review the Coulee Clean-Up areas online map? http://bit.ly/2qYhkqO
Thank you to our wonderful sponsors of River Valley Conservation Projects in Lethbridge: Pratt & Whitney Canada, Alberta Conservation Association, and Pattison Broadcast Group (B93 & Country 95)!
Please note: the delayed spring start has slowed the sending of this email to past participants. We know that walking off trail on wet coulee slopes can be dangerous for participants AND it can cause considerable damage to the coulees themselves. In an effort to do no harm and minimize our footprint during our conservation projects, we are asking participants to consider planning their clean-ups into May.
Please let me know if you have any questions! I look forward to connecting again soon.
All the best,
Resource Development Coordinator
Helen Schuler Nature Centre