ALUS Flagstaff

Since 2016, ALUS Flagstaff has been proudly delivering cleaner water, cleaner air and more biodiversity for its community.




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.

For more information, please contact one of our program coordinators.

News & Events in Flagstaff

ALUS Canada announces new funding from the Canadian Agricultural Partnership in Alberta

Posted March 25, 2020 in Alberta

PRESS RELEASE | Calgary, Alberta, March 25, 2020 | ALUS Canada’s Western Hub to benefit from nearly $450,000 in new funding from the Canadian Agricultural Partnership in Alberta (Environmental Stewardship and Climate Change program)
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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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Western Summit

Posted July 28, 2018 in Alberta

ALUS Flagstaff hosted 22 members of ALUS Canada’s Western Hub for two jam-packed days of learning, collaboration and problem-solving in Alberta.
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The W. Garfield Weston Foundation
National Conservation Plan
Flagstaff County

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