Guided Walk of Brokenhead Wetland Interpretative Trail

August 14, 2022

11:00 AM -

Brokenhead Wetland Interpretative Trail

Join us for the second in a series of upcoming events the PSAC Winnipeg Office is hosting highlighting Indigenous knowledge and culture!

On Sunday, August 14th starting at 11am, Carl Smith of Brokenhead Ojibway Nation will guide us on a walk of the Brokenhead Wetland Interpretative Trail. Members will learn about the area that has been used by Indigenous Peoples for over 300 years for hunting, fishing, and gathering of medicines and ceremonial plants. The wetlands has ecological reserve status and is home to over 350 species of plants including rare plants, native orchids, and carnivorous plants. The trail also serves as a safe environment for Elders to pass on traditional knowledge of the wetlands to their children and grandchildren.

When:                 Sunday, August 14th – 11am
Where:                The Brokenhead Wetland Interpretative Trail is located just north of South Beach Casino – before Grand Beach on Hwy 59. Approximately 1 hour from downtown Winnipeg
Duration:            Walk will be 1.5-2 hrs
What to wear:    Dress for the weather. Walk will proceed rain or shine. Bring water, appropriate footwear and bug spray.

Important: This event is only open to PSAC members. Due to the size of the Boardwalk, we cannot accommodate guests at this time.  Please also note when registering, we expect you are committed to attending this event. We have limited spots available and no-shows negatively impact other members who were wait-listed hoping to have this opportunity. Your understanding is greatly appreciated.

Any questions, please contact Tina Matias-Bouchard ( or 204-815-5721. 

Registrations are now closed.

Please note: You are considered registered when you receive a confirmation email from Tina Matias-Bouchard. Please check your junk/spam folder.