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Nature Moose Jaw


Nature Saskatchewan


Saskatchewan Outdoor and Environmental Education Association

Board Member



Parks and Recreation

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Nature Moose Jaw Saskatchewan Canada [cached]

Past President - Kim Epp

Nature Moose Jaw Saskatchewan Canada [cached]

With the resignation of our President, Kim Epp, on February 1, 2010, our vice president Dolly Mackin took over the chair.
Those present were Russ McKnight, Fern Dowse, George Holman, Margaret Moran, Kim Epp, Dolly Mackin, Edna and Earl Boan. Kim Epp officially tendered her resignation as president of Nature Moose Jaw. George made a motion that the list of presenter (speakers) as organized by Kim for March, April, May be adhered to, seconded by Russ - carried. Kim welcomed everyone Christmas Banquet: A review of the Christmas party was given by Kim. A total of 27 attended. Kim was in agreement. Kim welcomed everyone. Cool Critter of the Month: Presented by Kim on porcupines. Kim gave an interesting talk on porcupines and their behaviours and sounds they make. Beaver Group:A group is being organized by those who have a knowledge of beavers. If interested call Kim. See Russ for tickets.Banquet committee Kim, Dolly and Russ. Executive members present: Kim Epp, Dolly Mackin, Ramsey Ross and Edna Boan; also present Roger Mackin and Earl Boan Kim assured us that we will receive some money from Kim to ask members. Kim requested money for computer ink and paper. The matter to be discussed at general meeting. Kim suggested any members who wish to may meet with our guest speaker for supper. Kim suggested a couple of ideas for meeting eg. Book of the month Kim welcomed everyone. Presently signing authorities are Kim, Ramsay, and Vivian. Kim reported that Margaret has been presented with the Silver Salamander Award. Kim is planning a night hike. Kim Epp chaired the first meeting of the new season. Kim reported a lack of beavers in Wakamow. Treasurer: Kim asked for a volunteer to take over Treasurers position, no offers. Kim thanked past directors and committee members and welcomed the new committee for 2009-10. Those interested to phone Kim. Our May meeting was called to order by Kim at 7:10pm. Kim welcomed everyone. Kim reported that we are to receive $500.00 from Nature President:Kim Epp nominated by Larry/Norma - elected by acclamation Field Trip Convener: Kim Epp Speaker:Dr. Those present:Kim Epp, Fern Dowse, Marg & Ramsey Ross, Larry Going and Edna Boan The motion was seconded by Kim. Our April 10th meeting was chaired by our President, Kim, who welcomed 17 people. he thanked everyone for coming. Minutes of the March 13, 2009 meeting were read, adopted by Kim/ Margaret and carried. Kim asked members about Earth Hour and how/if they participated - e.g. turning off lights (re: "A Green Moment"). The meeting was called to order by our President Kim, who welcomed everyone. Nature Views - Kim thanked the person responsible for the tribute to Jim Young and Muriel Mayor (Young). 1. Several new persons attending the meeting were welcomed by Kim Epp. 7. Re the river-lowering difficulties for which Nature Moose Jaw had initiated lobbying for change this year: Margaret Moran and Kim summarized the city council meeting and the subsequent meeting between stakeholders and the city. Thank you, Kim! Also noted: Larry Going will have an exhibition of his wildlife photos at the Cultural Centre beginning January 18/19, 2009. 14. Kim raised the possibility of a spring garage sale to raise funds for us. Kim Epp read the letter that she had written to city council on Nature Moose Jaw's behalf with respect to the annual river lowering. Kim reported about the plan to band beaver trees and that if/when it is implemented she would seek volunteers from several organizations. She also described the Christmas banquet to be held on December 19th and encouraged members to bring slides, pictures, etc. to share. Kim also reported the good news that she had received a 500 dollar grant from Nature :A meeting was held Thursday Oct 9 between our president Kim Epp, Wakamow Valley Authority representative Margaret Moran, and Saskatchewan Wildlife representatives. Kim is to write a letter to the City of Green Moment: Kim displayed a package of nature-friendly coffee that can be purchased at Superstore. Waterfront Buffer Zones book was presented for viewing and/or purchase. The book tells how to develop and protect lake shoreline buffer zones. A spring talk about wasps was requested by one of our members. Kim will try to arrange this. Fern Dowse 75 th birthday: Kim presented an art reproduction by Phyllis Hordyski to Fern in honour of her birthday. President Kim Epp encouraged us to bring our own mugs back and forth for the coffee/tea, even though the other disposable cups would still be available for use if people wished or forgot. Regarding the mileage paid for speakers when they come from out of town, Kim initiated discussion that this could be raised from 15 cents to at least 25 cents or more to keep it in line with other going rates of 30, 35, 45 cents/km. Kim indicated she would inquire about this. There was also a discussion of casino lights affecting bird flights. Then Kim raised the difficulty of the frog and fish survival in the Wakamow, due to the lowering of the river levels by the city. Many members knew of the city's disregard in this matter. That Kim write a letter on behalf of Nature Moose Jaw about this to the city was moved by Marion Tolley and seconded by Fern Dowse. Kim Epp volunteered to be the field trip co-coordinator. A sheet was passed around for two forthcoming field trips. PRESIDENT - Kimberly Epp

Kim EppKim grew up on a farm near Rosthern, where she gained an appreciation for the outdoors and animals.She met a young Swiss family while working in Lake Louise and decided to work for them in Germany.After two years she continued to work and travel around much of Europe.In 1994, she spent the summer in the Arctic, volunteering for the Canadian Wildlife Service with studies of Ross Geese and Arctic Foxes.In 1997.Kim graduated from from the Parks and Recreation program at Lakeland College, Vermilion, Alberta.She worked as a Park Ranger at Garner Lakes Provincial Park, Whitney Lake Provincial Park, and Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park.She developed Interpretative Programming for Garner and Whitney Lakes.Kim worked for six and a half years at Beaver Creek Conservation Area near Saskatoon, and worked at Nature Saskatchewan, Regina, until she started her own business, "Chickadee Nature Tours" in 2004.Kim is currently also on the boards of Nature Moose Jaw and the Moose Jaw (future) Interpretive Centre (former "Wild Animal Park"), focusing on the history and the natural history of this area.

Nature Moose Jaw Saskatchewan Canada [cached]

Contact and leader: Kimberly Epp, President and Field Trip Coordinator - cell: 681-7604, e-mail:,
In early November 2008, on behalf of Nature Moose Jaw, Kimberly Epp sent a strong letter to the Mayor re the environmental issue of the river lowering. The mayor responded by placing this issue on the city council agenda for mid-November. President Kimberly Epp led the group and showed that with a strong, red light you can identify nocturnal animals by the color of their eyeshine reflected back.

Moose Jaw Branch [cached]

Speaker: Kimberly J. Epp, President of Nature Moose Jaw, Chickadee Nature Tours

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