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

VIDEO: Fully Implementing Wetland Policy in Alberta

Posted March 20, 2019 in Alberta

Speaking at the Edmonton Convention Centre on March 20, 2019, ALUS Canada’s CEO, Bryan Gilvesy, presented creative solutions to wetland restoration at the Rural Municipalities of Alberta’s Spring Convention.
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ALUS participants win 2018 OTIS awards

Posted February 5, 2019 in Alberta

Battle River Watershed Alliance recognized outstanding stewardship work of Alana and Justin Schamber (ALUS Wetaskiwin-Leduc), and Marie and Don Ruzicka (ALUS Flagstaff).
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The Next Generation of Conservation in the West

Posted December 1, 2018 in Alberta

Calgary business leaders celebrate strong support for ALUS Canada in Alberta, where ranchers produce cleaner air, cleaner water and wildlife habitat for all.
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The 2018 ALUS Canada Producer Innovation Award

Posted June 12, 2018 in Prince Edward Island

Congratulations to Joe Csoff, ALUS Norfolk participant and PAC member, for receiving the 2018 ALUS Canada Producer Innovation Award
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The 2018 Weston Family Ecosystem Innovation Award

Posted June 13, 2018 in Saskatchewan

Congratulations to Dr. Wanhong Yang, recipient of the 2018 Weston Family Ecosystem Innovation Award.
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Supporters

The W. Garfield Weston Foundation
National Conservation Plan
Flagstaff County

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