EVENTS IN THE WOODS...
The Friends of Laurier Woods organize themed interpretive hikes through the Laurier Woods Conservation Area each month from June through November.
The hikes are led by a full range of natural resources and environmental experts who provide hikers with bountiful observations and information specific to their are of expertise.
The two-hour walks are typically held the first Saturday of each month beginning at 9 or 10 am, starting from the Conservation Area parking lot at the end of Brule Street. Please consult the schedule for the latest information.
The interpretive hikes will be of interest to a full range of ages and abilities, and are free–of-charge. Hikers are reminded to wear appropriate footwear.
Nature Canada Bird Day 2019
FOREST TALK RADIO -
THE LAURIER WOODS EDITION
Want to hear the conversations that are happening between the trees of the Laurier Woods? What would this sound like? In my mind it sounds like an old fashion radio-call in show! Forest Talk Radio, a GPS smartphone app that translates tree-speak into English as you walk the trails. Hear these trees tell their own stories, in their own words.
Come on out for the launch on May 25, 9:45 am. Brule Street entrance parking lot (off Franklin St.).