Bunchberry Meadows

ABOUT THE SITE


Location: Edmonton, Alberta

Landowner: Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC)

Seed Provider:

About the site:

Bunchberry Meadows is a 260 ha conservation site with intact mixedwood boreal forest habitat and some previously disturbed areas that require restoration. The total area needing restoration is 1.37 ha. The Nature Conservancy of Canada and Edmonton Area Land Trust are currently working on restoring these areas to native habitat, and plan to supplement the planned plantings with wildflower seeds through Wildlife Preservation Canada. Bunchberry Meadows is one of the NCC’s Nature Destinations.

SITE GALLERY


Photos of native habitat found on Bunchberry Meadows.

 

 

 

Nature Conservancy of Canada

The Nature Conservancy of Canada works to protect our country’s most precious natural places. Proudly Canadian, we empower people to safeguard the lands and waters that sustain life.

VISIT THE SITE


Bunchberry Meadows is open for public visitation. Please see hours, parking, and other details on the Nature Conservancy of Canada Website.

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