Artwork Highlights Community Connections
in the Biosphere

A new mural painted by artist Kris Friesen at the Strathcona County Museum and Archives captures the beauty of the biosphere and inspires the community to take a closer look at the cultural and historical links that connect us all.

Tree Rings and
the Stories They Tell

Researchers from the University of Alberta - Augustana Campus are utilizing natural records – in the form of tree rings – to fill in research gaps in historic water levels within the Beaver Hills Biosphere. Learn more about this effort which can contribute to a better understanding of long-term climate changes in the region.

Join Our Board

The Beaver Hills Biosphere Reserve Association is seeking committed individuals to join our board of directors. Interested? Contact us for more information.

Tackling Invasive Plants Through Community Engagement

With an eye to doing more to tackle the persistent presence of invasive species found in the biosphere, the Beaver Hills Biosphere Reserve Association (BHBRA) has partnered with Elk Island National Park (EINP) to offer an engaging invasive plant workshop, open to residents, Indigenous peoples and landowners in the region.

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