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Green Acreages Galore

The Green Acreages program has been more active than ever, thanks to support from our municipal partners and funding from the Government of Alberta’s Watershed Resiliency and Restoration Program. Here are the top three things we've focused on and where we’re headed with this program that's dedicated to acreage owners.
Money, Money, Money
For the first time ever, the Green Acreages program is able to offer funding to acreage owners for implementing stewardship projects on their properties.
Taking Learning to a New Level
We delivered eight virtual workshops to more than 120 acreage owners in partnership with workshop hosts.
One, Two, Three, Four...
In addition to everything else the Green Acreages program delivers, we have also begun to gather data to develop an inventory of acreage development across Alberta (region by region).

Stewardship Shorts

  • Stewardship is going to school. A newly approved charter school in Alberta will be focused on experiential learning, innovative academics, stewardship and agriculture literacy.
  • What's growing next to your creeks and wetlands? On November 18, Cows & Fish wants to take you on a virtual tour of common riparian plants and weeds of the Central Parkland of Alberta.
  • Through their Water Innovation Program Connect Series, Alberta Innovates is offering free webinars on diverse topics such as municipal water management in a changing world and digital innovation in water management.
  • Cleanfarms, under contract with the Alberta Plastic Recycling Group, is operating a three-year pilot program to collect agricultural grain bags and twine for recycling. In early October, six new Alberta locations came onboard as collection sites.
  • Expected to begin operating in 2022, Lacombe Biorefinery will be the first facility in the world to showcase the full application of an Alberta-made technology that uses high heat, high pressure and water to turn animal and plant waste from agriculture and food processing into organic fertilizer and renewable natural gas.
  • Battle River Watershed Alliance is seeking nominations for its Outstanding in Stewardship (OTIS) Award.
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