Virtual Native Prairie Restoration/Reclamation Workshop 2022

The 9th Native Prairie Restoration/Reclamation Workshop is coming back ONLINE from February 8th-10th, 2022. 

Theme: "Restoration, Reclamation, Resilience: Improving Soil, Water and Habitat"

Format: The 2022 workshop will include plenary presentations in webinar format, an academic poster session and virtual trade show as well as hands-on case study exercises and more! 

Registration is now closed.

Downloadable Event Program is available! 

New to Virtual Events? Check out these resources!

1. NPRRW 2022 Attendee Guide

2. NPRRW Attendee Tutorial Video

There will be a troubleshooting/basic training virtual meeting on February 7th at 2 PM CST. If you've read through the Attendee Guide and watched the tutorial video and are still having issues, you can register here.

Trade Show Registration is now closed!

Trade Show Information

Trade Show Registration Form

New this year: Gamification! Throughout NPRRW we will be using a new tool called Gamification. All virtual exhibitors (trade show and poster) will be invited to provide a question that requires NPRRW attendees to interact with the exhibitor through a chat or video call. Each interaction will give attendees points that they can use to claim prizes. We are excited about this new incentive to network in a virtual setting! 

Step-by-Step Guide to a Virtual Trade Show

The Call for Poster Abstracts is closed.

Using the Virtual Event Platform, Poster Presenters will be able to display their work, research, project or program by poster slide deck or recording.

Virtual Poster Session: Step-by-Step Guide

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The Native Prairie Restoration/Reclamation Workshop would not be possible without the support of the following sponsors: 

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Bronze Sponsors: Tannas Conservation Services ltd and Truax Company

Participant Sponsors: I Whitson Innovations Inc and the Society for Range Management - Prairie Parkland Chapter

SK PCAP would like to acknowledge our NPRRW prize donors:

Acorn Naturalists, American Meadows, Blazing Star Wildflower Seed Company, Bushnell, Native Plant Society of Saskatchewan, Native Plant Solutions, Nature Saskatchewan, Regina Symphony Orchestra, Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan, Skinner Native Seeds, South of the Divide Conservation Action Plan, Tunnels of Moose Jaw, The Better Good Store