The Southern Alberta Grazing School for Women and Alberta Range Stewardship Course has gone virtual this year!
Watch the Alberta Conservation Association’s (ACA) Ferruginous Hawk Trail Camera for the 2020 nesting season.
The Grassland Education Kit provides resource material focused at increasing students’ awareness, understanding, and appreciation for the native grassland ecosystem of Alberta.
The South East Alberta Watershed Alliance (SEAWA) has an information sheet on the Russian Olive – a locally invasive tree.
Ranching ladies! Don’t miss out on this year’s Southern Alberta Grazing School for Women. July 24-25, Stavely, AB
Hint: It’s not one-size-fits-all.
Alberta’s grassland region sits at the top of the list of ecoregion conservation concerns, yet often is overlooked from a visitor’s perspective. Increased public support—which can come in many forms, including visitor experience—is crucial to ensuring future grassland conservation efforts.
Why sustainable beef isn’t just about the environment.
Learn about how Operation Grassland Community engages in partnership-based activities to monitor habitat suitability, rangeland productivity, and wildlife in Alberta’s grasslands.
Operation Grassland Community’s new blog will go Beyond the BBQ to explore ideas related to ranching, habitat stewardship, wildlife, and the relationships between those topics.