Native Prairie Restoration/Reclamation Workshop 2024

10th Native Prairie Restoration/Reclamation Workshop

Back in person!

Event Theme: "Building Bridges to Tomorrow: Restoration and Reclamation for the Future"

Date: February 7th to 8th, 2024

Venue: Saskatoon Inn, Saskatoon, SK.

Abstracts and speaker bios can be found on the PheedLoop NPRRW Event website and the PheedLoop app. Attendees should have received an email with their app login information.

Event Program for February 7th

Event Program for February 8th

.Oral Presentation Guidelines for NPRRW Speakers

Pre-Event Workshop

New this year, we are pleased to offer a Pre-Workshop Event on February 6th, 2024. 

Pre-workshop Event : Planning a Prairie Prescribed Fire

*Please note that spaces are limited and we expect to reach maximum capacity. 


An open block is available at The Saskatoon Inn, just mention the SK Prairie Conservation Action Plan.

Registration is OPENED!

Early-bird Registration (by end of day, January 17th) 

Regular Registration (after January 17th ) = $375 + (taxes + fees)

Students and landholders = $300 + (taxes + fees)

One day (Wednesday or Thursday) = $190 + (taxes + fees).

Registration will close February 2nd. If you have dietary restrictions, please register before January 30th.

Register here.



New this year, we are pleased to offer a Pre-Workshop Event on February 6th, 2024. 

Pre-workshop Event : Planning a Prairie Prescribed Fire

*Please note that spaces are limited and we expect to reach maximum capacity. 


NPRRW Registration Subsidies

Thank you to NPRRW Participant Sponsors for making these subsidies possible! 

A highlight of this event is the trade show which features displays about native prairie seeds providers, environmental consulting services and more! This is an opportunity for businesses and organizations to connect and network with native prairie practitioners who have boots on the ground.

2024 NPRRW Trade Show Information Poster

2024 NPRRW Trade Show Application Form

NPRRW Poster Session

The Call for Poster Session Abstracts is now closed. 

Poster Session Guidelines

Sponsorship Opportunities for the 2024 NPRRW are still available!

NPRRW 2024 Sponsorship Opportunities

NPRRW 2024 Sponsorship Summary and Agreement Form

What is a Speed Dating Case Study?

It is when a group of people who don’t know each other work together to solve a problem or brainstorm solutions to a scenario. This is done in a timed manner, and participants will cycle through four case studies.


- to facilitate networking amongst workshop participants

- to share ideas and perspectives from a diversity of workshop participants

- to get hands dirty with a real world restoration/reclamation scenario

When: afternoon of February 7th, 2024 (1:30pm to 3:00pm) .

We are delighted to have 14 tables available. Groups of 5-8 people will work through 4 scenarios. Each group will have 15 minutes per table, 3 minutes of an introduction and 12 minutes to work through the scenario. 

Speed Dating Case Studies


SK PCAP and the Native Prairie Restoration/Reclamation Workshop planning committee decided in lieu of speaker gifts or a donation to grassland related fund, that we would create a grant to contribute to an on-the-ground, small scale restoration project or a restoration-related research project.

2024 Native Prairie Restoration/Reclamation Grant Criteria is offered again in 2024.

Submit your application before January 25th!

Join us for an evening of celebration at the NPRRW Banquet Fundraiser

5:00pm: Cocktail hour (cash bar), Poster Session and Trade Show

Mix and mingle at the NPRRW Trade Show featuring organizations focused on growing native seed, environmental restoration and nature. The Poster Session will highlight innovative research happening across the prairies. A silent auction fundraiser will be happening at the same time. 

6:30pm: Rustic Countryside Dinner Buffet featuring Ranchers Round. 

7:15pm: Keynote Speaker - "The 'Sweet City' Challenge" by Candace Savage, Canadian Author.

After the Keynote Speaker - Winners of the NPRR Grant and Poster Session will be announced. 

Banquet Tickets: $75.00 Vegetarian/vegan options are available, please indicate when booking.

Buy Banquet Tickets Here

Proceeds from the NPRRW Banquet Fundraiser and Silent Auction will go to support PCAP's Outreach and Education Programs

Thank you to our Silent Auction Donors: 

Acorn Naturalists, Action Land & Environmental Services, Blazingstar Wildflower Seeds, Bushnell Canada, Canadian Forage and Grasslands Association, Dr. Andrew Miller Associate Professor, First Nations University, EDI Environmental Dynamics Inc., ENVU Environmental Sciences, Escape Sports, Floral Acres Garden Centre, Friends of the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, Gail Fennel, Lakeland College, Lee Valley Tools, Metro Pet Market, Monika Kinner (, Nature Saskatchewan, Author Elizabeth Bekolay (Executive Director of One School One Farm Shelterbelt Project), Outter Limits, Prairie Wind & Silver Sage - Friends of the Grasslands, Remai Modern, Saskatchewan Archeological Society, Saskatchewan Provincial Parks, Saskatchewan Roughrider™️ Football Club, Saskatoon Blades, Saskatoon Inn, Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra, Saskatoon Co-Op, SaskCulture, SaskGaming, SK PCAP, Skinner Native Seeds, TenTree, The Sanctuary Inn - Vacation Suites in Val Marie, Trevor Herriot, Truax Company, Tunnels of Moose Jaw, University of Regina Press, Western Development Museum - Saskatoon, Wild Birds Unlimited


Platinum Sponsor:









Gold Sponsor:






Silver Sponsors:


Banquet Sponsor: 





Participant Sponsors:

Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. 

SIGA - Corporate Office 



Bronze Sponsors:

Alberta Prairie Conservation Forum

Good Lands Environmental Inc. 

Kingston Midstream Saskatchewan Limited 



Poster Session Sponsor: TerraLogix Solutions Inc

Friends: BrettYoung and Tannas Conservation Services Ltd.