Cody Spencer

Voices of the Oldman: Taber Success, on to Twin Butte!

Voices of the Oldman: Taber Success, on to Twin Butte!

A great turn out at the first Voices of the Oldman: Ag Matters session in Taber last week. Lots of great discussion on watershed stewardship. We look forward to the upcoming Twin Butte & Area session on Feb 10. Check out first hand here - the experts who will be providing updates on stewardship initiatives in that area and what outcomes to expect in participating in the roundtable discussions yourself!

Voices of the Oldman: Agriculture Matters

Voices of the Oldman: Agriculture Matters

Please join us in Taber January 31, Twin Butte February 10 or Stavely March 1!

The Oldman Watershed Council is excited to introduce a new brand of events called Voices of the Oldman.  These events are an important opportunity to have your voice heard both locally and provincially. What we hear at these events will shape our projects and also the advice we give to the Government of Alberta. 

Can Native Grasslands Be Restored After Industrial Development?

Can Native Grasslands Be Restored After Industrial Development?

What do ranching, oil & gas roads, invasive species, and restoration have in common? They all occur on Alberta's native grasslands, and they were all discussed at the Foothills Restoration Forum's Fall Information Session in Claresholm!

Watershed Legacy Program in the Porcupine Hills

Watershed Legacy Program in the Porcupine Hills

Believe it or not, cattle are fussy critters. Yessiree, if there's a choice between drinking from a mucky old hole, or a fresh bubbling water source - guess which they pick? Keeping cows away from streams is something that the OWC is actively supporting: not only in word, but indeed! (pun intended) So funders are sought and funding is awarded for projects ...