Natural Areas

Neighbours in Nature: Right Here in Brentwood

Did you know we have a wonderful natural area space wholly within our community? Whispering Woods – a fragment of our native grassland and aspen parkland, and the adjacent Centennial Natureground – a reclaimed prairie ecosystem, are easily accessible from either Brenner or Barrett Drives in Brentwood Heights. There you will also find Whispering Signs, a unique set of interpretive panels including an outdoor alphabet, featuring original art and poetry by community members and students. Go explore – either on the ground or at www.natureground.org.

Enjoy these spaces at any time of year. As well, each summer, community members, neighbours from far and wide, and families from Dr. E.W. Coffin School, together with the City of Calgary provide stewardship of these special spaces through native biodiversity conservation.

Join In! New volunteers are always welcome. See below announcement re the summer schedule and photos tab.

Thanks for your Giving: Neighbours in Community

 

Announcements

2019 Summer Bees

Join Us in Whispering Woods and the Centennial Natureground! SUMMER TUESDAYS: Join us for Biodiversity Bees! If you live, work, attend school, play, shop, volunteer,

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