Sage Creek’s hydro corridor has transformed from a being a dull utility area into a public amenity. The space has not only been revamped for aesthetic purposes but has become an integral aspect of Sage Creek’s network of trails.
Sage Creek welcomes the new aurora sculpture in its village centre plaza. Unveiled on Monday October 15, 2018, the Aurora is a large contemporary piece made of stainless steel. It is ground mounted but because of the alternating coloured lights, it appears as though it’s floating.
Your home exterior is just as important as the interior, which is why landscaping is such an important part of the design process. There are many possibilities when creating a plan that make maintaining your yard a lot easier.
Welcome to the first of our series of how-to blogs, where we’ll be providing specific strategies and advice from the Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) covering five key areas of wildlife-friendly gardening: Food, Water, Shelter, Green Gardening and Native Plants.
Uncover ways to plant and grow a garden right in your own backyard that is wildlife-friendly. Learn how food, water, shelter, green gardening, and native plants all contribute to making a difference to the health of wildlife living in and around Winnipeg.
The established community of Sage Creek is home to the stunning landscape of wetlands, native grasses, nature trails, and trees, making it a desirable location to reside. Trees make outdoor surroundings more pleasant and increase the value in property. Attend The Winnipeg Relief Program workshop to learn more about the benefits of planting trees.
‘Green’ gardening is earth-friendly, organic or environmentally-friendly gardening. In other words, the kind of gardening you can enjoy, feel good about and know you’re doing your part to create a healthy planet!