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Our Current Society Projects
Our current Society projects are as follows: Restoration, Bio-Weed Control, and Water Retention and Soil Productivity. We have in the past formed working groups to come up with ideas for pilot and restoration projects. These projects outline a combination of management practices and educational study to hopefully provide benefit to producers and enthusiasts in the Kiskatinaw River Valley.
We are currently focusing on one major restoration project. We have invited both Encana, the Ministry of Transportation and others to participate in reshaping and reclaiming Dead Dawg coulee East and West (RME #13 and #14).
for the specifics!
A project planned for May - July 2015. Will focus on the effectiveness of stem mining weevils in controlling the spread and reduction of established thistle patches in the Kiskatinaw River Valley.
to learn more!
Increasing Water Retention and Soil Productivity
Using a fully integrated and permanently established intensive grazing program increase the water rentention in soils as well as their productivity.
for the details!