Join The Adams River Salmon Society, BC Parks, Little Shuswap Lake Indian Band Fisheries, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, community volunteers for this annual Earth Day Event, held at the Tsútswecw / Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park in the Traditional Territory of the Secwepemc Peoples.
The Adams River Salmon Society Earth Day activities encourage the active outdoor participation by individuals or groups in Celebrating our Natural Resources, the water, the trees, the wildlife, the fish, the people, our Earth, providing us with the opportunity of Nurturing with Nature.
Come Celebrate the world wide Earth Day with us on our WalkAbouts along the Adams River. Resources include Fisheries and Oceans Canada personnel, Little Shuswap Lake Indian Band Fisheries, BC Parks - Tsútswecw Park Staff, Secwepemc Fisheries, Pacific StreamKeepers, and Environmental Educators from The Adams River Salmon Society.
Learn and experience what salmon spawning grounds are; walking through the riparian areas; feeling the effect of a forest canopy, enjoying the many trails; using the picnic areas. Sitting on a bench along the riverbank contemplating the amazing Adams River Watershed and our Tsútswecw Provincial Park.
The Adams River Salmon Society provides information, educational opportunities and Interpretive WalkAbouts.
Everyone is being advised to bring a Lunch (earth friendly) and juice or water.
Good walking shoes or boots, a coat and a hat or cap, as we will be outside in nature doing walkabouts . Carry out what you take in... Garbage Bins at Picnic Area.