ALUS participants Tom and Margaret Towers receive the 2019 Dave Reid Award for innovation in the production of ecosystem services on Tamara Ranch.
The ALUS Lambton program started up in 2015, in a partnership with Ontario Nativescape, a division of the Rural Lambton Stewardship Network. This not-for-profit organization is focused on promoting native Prairie, a special mixture of perennial native plants providing habitat for our native pollinators.
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On June 4, 2019, ALUS Canada presented the Dave Reid Award to farmers and ranchers for excellence and innovation in producing ecosystem services.
W. Garfield Weston Foundation (via ALUS Canada)
Environment and Climate Change Canada (EcoAction community funding program, Great Lakes Sustainability Fund, National Wetland Conservation Fund)
National Farmers Union
Grain Farmers of Ontario
St Clair Region Conservation Authority
Lambton Upland Game Bird Association