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Larry and DeLee Grant: Flexible and Strong in Saskatchewan

Larry and DeLee Grant: Flexible and Strong in Saskatchewan

ALUS WUQWATR participants Larry and DeLee Grant produce wildlife habitat and other ecosystem services in Saskatchewan. It’s no secret that one of the strongest assets of the ALUS program is its flexibility—and this is certainly the case in ALUS WUQWATR, Saskatchewan....

Cold Hands, Warm Hearts: ALUS Canada’s October 2018 Field Conference

Cold Hands, Warm Hearts: ALUS Canada’s October 2018 Field Conference

ALUS Canada’s October 2018 Field Conference proves that Prairie spirits cannot be dampened by the weather. On October 10 and 11, early snow across Manitoba and Saskatchewan made for unexpectedly wintry conditions as ALUS Canada’s Prairie Hub gathered for their 2018...

Murray and Warren Wild: Pride and Hard Work

Murray and Warren Wild: Pride and Hard Work

ALUS WUQWATR participants Murray and Warren Wild steward acres of native grasslands, wetlands and riparian zones in Saskatchewan. ALUS WUQWATR participants Murray and Warren Wild grow grain and oilseeds and manage livestock on their mixed farm near Last Mountain Lake,...

Terry and Lynda Mearns: Flood-proofing

Terry and Lynda Mearns: Flood-proofing

ALUS WUQWATR participants Terry and Lynda Mearns enjoy a wildlife haven while retaining water on the landscape, naturally. In 2011, extreme rains caused major flooding near the community of Silton, Saskatchewan, northwest of Regina. For local residents Terry and Lynda...