Guest Blog

Magrath Nature Trail Student Project

Magrath Nature Trail Student Project

This guest blog is about the Magrath Nature Trail Project, which was created by grandfather-granddaughter duo Don and Hazel. They are focusing on ways to enhance the trail to benefit the Northern Leopard Frog, and Hazel is learning about environmental stewardship and the democratic process along the way!

Protecting What We Love

Protecting What We Love

The eastern slopes should be a place for OHV users, campers, anglers, hunters, hikers and everyone in between. But in order for that to happen, activities need to be supported accordingly. Under the current framework that simply isn’t possible. The draft plans released March 27, 2018 offer a path forward.

HEMP HELPS PREVENT FLOODS

HEMP HELPS PREVENT FLOODS

Southern Alberta relies on intensive agriculture and livestock production. When you drive through the countryside, what do you see? Lots of people want to know that their food is safe - but how much attention do we pay to what happens on our fields? There is real innovation happening in the Oldman watershed - and here's a story about hemp use and a special kind of recycling - another #SAWC17 project!