ALUS Flagstaff

In 2016, Coordinator Kelsey Fenton and her team at Flagstaff County started working very hard to get their new ALUS Flagstaff program up and running.

 

 

 

Covering a geographic area of nearly a million acres (more than 4,000 km2), the program focuses on encourage landowners (farmers) to create conservation projects for prairie potholes, wetlands and other marginally productive farmland in this agricultural and oil-producing region southeast of Edmonton. ALUS Flagstaff hopes to help protect habitat and water quality in Iron Creek and the beautiful Battle River watershed.

News & Events in Flagstaff

ALUS Relaunches in Alberta

Posted July 28, 2016 in Alberta

More than 130 people gathered at the Edmonton Corn Maze on July 28, 2016, to celebrate the official relaunch of ALUS Canada, a Weston Family Initative, in Alberta.
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National Launch of ALUS Canada, a Weston Family Initiative

Posted November 4, 2016 in Saskatchewan

ALUS Canada and The W. Garfield Weston Foundation announce $5M grant to launch a groundbreaking environmental initiative now known as ALUS Canada, A Weston Family Initiative, along with its New Acre™ Project.
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ALUS Wins Alberta Emerald Award

Posted June 8, 2016 in Alberta

ALUS Canada won the Shared Footprint Award at 25th annual Alberta Emerald Foundation gala in Calgary, June 8 2016.
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The W. Garfield Weston Foundation
National Conservation Plan
Flagstaff County

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