Since at least the 1940s, a population of trembling aspen with a crooked architecture has been observed growing at the edge of an agricultural field near Hafford, Saskatchewan. For years, local residents have speculated on the cause of this growth form – no one knows what causes the grove of trees to grow this way. This grove of aspen trees is a botanical mystery a natural treasure to be protected & respected.
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In Saskatchewan's Big Muddy Badlands lies a a 60 meter castle of compressed clay (appropriately called "Castle Butte"). The badlands lie in the Big Muddy Valley, a 55 kilometer-wide area formed during the last ice age.