Prairie's Got the Goods Week 2019
Native Prairie –it’s more than just grass! Learn about the goods and services provided for us by our grasslands!
This event took place March 17-23, 2019. All webinars have been recorded and uploaded to the PCAP YouTube Channel. Please see below for links to watch!
|Monday March 18||Tuesday March 19||Wednesday March 20||Thursday March 21||Friday March 22|
|12:00pm MST|| |
The Prairie Commons Project
By: Katie Doke Sawatzky, Prairie Commons
ALUS in the Little Saskatchewan River
By: Colleen Cuvalier, ALUS Canada - Manitoba
Prairie wetlands in a changing climate
Pascal Badiou, Ducks Unlmited Canada
Topic: Does Livestock Grazing Regulate Soil Carbon in Northern Temperate Grasslands?
Dr. Edward Bork, University of Alberta
|3:00pm MST|| |
Presentation: Beef and Biodiversity: How CRSB is driving advancement in beef sustainability
By: Monica Hadarits, Canadian Roundable for Sustainable Beef
Presentation: Native grassland and its importance to grassland songbirds
Sarah Ludlow, Nature Conservancy of Canada
Presentation: Wetlands, Flood Control and Ecosystem Services in the Smith Creek Drainage Basin: A Case Study in Saskatchewan
By: Presenter: John Pattison-Williams, Department of Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology, University of Alberta
Topic: The influence of grazing management on plant community diversity and production across Western Canada
By: Jessica Grenke, PhD Student at the University of Alberta
Don't miss a webinar presentation by Ruaraidh Petre, Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef. This webinar took place on Tuesday April 2nd, 2019 at 10:00am MST.
The primary source of funding for the Wildlife Habitat Canada Grant Program is from the purchase of the Canadian Wildlife Habitat Conservation Stamp (Canadian Duck Stamp) by waterfowl hunters.