20 May 2022

Milk River Ridge

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Elevation: mostly flat
Expected time: 5-6 hrs
Difficulty: moderate

The grasslands are a special and ever-diminishing part of our province’s ecosystem. Our sea of grass is part of the Great Plains that stretches south, thousands of kilometres, into Mexico. And few people know the intricacies of it as intimately as Cheryl and Cliff. From the calls of the pipits and sparrows flitting through the sky, to the tiny, rare plants eking out existence in the harsh soils, these two have spent years working in and learning about this place. Join them for a leisurely excursion along a section of the Milk River Ridge and learn about its inhabitants, its importance and what we can do to help ensure these places exist for our grandchildren.


Cheryl Bradley
and Cliff Wallis

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