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ASCCA featured on CBC radio "Outdoor Report"
Thursday, July 19, 2012

The Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area was recently featured on CBC radio's "Outdoor Report", which airs each Thursday morning.  If you didn't catch the Outdoor Report live, you can listen to the show online here. A big thank-you to CBC radio, Paul Karchut, and our very own Lesley MacDonald for making the show happen!

Summer Newsletter
Thursday, June 21, 2012

For those of you wondering what the results of the winter grazing were, what the beaver reintroduction project is all about, or just when you can grab some free pancakes at our Stampede Breakfast, check out the Summer Newsletter (click here)!

Cougar Sighting
Tuesday, June 19, 2012

A cougar was seen moving along the fenceline to the West of Belvedere House on June 18 around 4:00pm.  Please use caution and make your presence known on the trails.  It is advised to travel in groups of four or more people on the trails at this time.

Couger Sighting

Hawkwood School Makes their own Cross Website
Friday, April 13, 2012

An Autumn visit from the grade 3 classes from Hawkwood School inspired a fantastic student website of their time  at the Cross Conservation Area. Their work is a testament to their enthusiasm for nature and their understanding of the value of conservation in their community. Totally epic!

Cougar Sighting
Monday, April 2, 2012

A cougar was spotted crossing 160th Street North of the Cross Conservation Area, headed east. Please use caution and make your presence known on trails.

Wild Bergamont Care
Monday, December 19, 2011

The latest ASCCA Newsletter has been released. For those of you itching to find out more about your Bergamont seeds please read the Bergamont Information PDF

area wildlife + plants

Smooth brome
Bromus inermis

This long-lived sod forming grass has a deep root system. On newer leaves, you should see an “M” shape.

 

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