The Hyde Project is a parcel of some of the last remaining native habitat in the city of Saskatoon, which was donated to the city by Elmer and Agnes Hyde. Their wish was that the area be developed into an interpretive park, with an extensive network of walking trails that would educate visitors on native habitat, and its importance to many wildlife species. The walking trails lead visitors through different wetland and upland habitat types, with interpretive signage along the way. Learn more at

In partnership with Ducks Unlimited Canada and the City of Saskatoon, the Saskatoon Wildlife Federation has donated $100,000 to this project.