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About the Society


Who we are

Saskatoon Nature Society is a registered charitable organization, founded in 1955, whose objective is to promote the appreciation of nature, and encourage a deeper knowledge of it through observation, education and sharing of experience.

We support nature conservation projects, and are an active advocate for the preservation of plant and animal habitats.

We are stewards of the Saskatoon Natural Grasslands.

 

Field trip to Grasslands NP

 

What we do

We hold a monthly speaker series from September to April.

We run field trips, and organize bird, plant and butterfly counts and surveys of endangered species.

In cooperation with the Saskatoon Zoo Society, we present the Young Naturalists program in for youth aged five to eleven.

We publish a regular newsletter for our members, and produce special publications such as A Guide to Nature Viewing Sites in and around Saskatoon.

We support existing programs and encourage new initiatives that connect youth in the Saskatoon area with nature through our Kids in Nature Grant program.

   
   
Last updated: 19 June, 2018