Here are some of our upcoming events. Please reach out if you would like more information!


June

Electrofishing at Chipman Creek. Please contact TUC biologist Elliot Lindsay at elindsay@tucanada.org for more info. June 22, 2018.

July

Installing Temperature Loggers: Join us in our work with TUC and AEP to place a couple of dozen temperature loggers throughout the watershed. Exact locations are still TBD, but we are particularly interested in Hidden Creek, streams around Pincher Creek, and in Crowsnest Pass. TUC will host a training session for installing the loggers soon - details to follow.

Hidden Creek Appreciation Ride/Hike: Join us as we ride and/or hike up Hidden Creek. We will likely combine this with temperature logger installation.

August

Hidden Creek Workday: Join us for a bank restoration/willow staking project on Hidden creek. Date TBD.

September

Girardi Creek Workday: Join us for a bank restoration/willow staking project on Girardi creek in Crowsnest Pass. Date TBD.

Redd Count: Join John Derksen from Lethbridge College for a bull trout redd count. September 22, 2018.


Past Events

Lethbridge Troutfest (hosted by Backcountry Hunters and Anglers)

The Chapter met at Troutfest. Meeting minutes available here.

Annual General Meeting

Please join us for this year's Annual General Meeting at Theoretically Brewing. We have several presentations line up, including one from last year's recipient of our scholarship, Jeremy Benson. His work on overwintering habitat of Westslope Cutthroat Trout involved getting a lot of fishy pictures - we're looking forward to seeing them! We'll also take care of our elections and discuss the year ahead. Looking forward to seeing you there!

When: Thursday, March 1st, 6:00 - 9:00 PM

Where: Theoretically Brewing

Quarterly Meetings

Please feel free to join us for our quarterly meetings. While we focus mostly on the Chapter's conservation initiatives, we usually make time for some fish-talk and a pint. Here are some details on the next chapter meeting.

When: Wednesday, November 22nd, 6:00 - 9:00 PM 

Where: Theoretically Brewing

Fundraising Casino - September 14/15, 2017

Our obligations to the Hillcrest and Burmis leases require a significant and dependable source of funds. Our upcoming casino is the main source of Chapter revenue. It also allows us to make financial commitments to other important conservation and education initiatives, such as on Girardi Creek in the Crowsnest Pass and our work with the Helen Schuler Nature Centre in Lethbridge.

Our 2017 casino was a great success! Thanks to all of the volunteers who made it possible!