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Newsletter – 2021 Summer

Caring for The Green Zone Newsletter Volume 11

Newsletter – 2021 Spring

Caring for The Green Zone Newsletter Volume 10

Newsletter – 2021 Winter

Caring for The Green Zone Newsletter Volume 9

Grazing, Cropping and Carbon

Agricultural landscapes can help store or sequester carbon through beneficial management practices.  This 4 page factsheet provides information on how soil carbon can benefit landowners and their land, management practices that can prevent soil loss and restore carbon stores and grazing practices to increase carbon storage opportunities.

Who Me? Part of a Watershed? Don’t Flush Yet!

From the coffee we drink, to the water we brush our teeth with, our daily routines are linked to watersheds.  Whether we live in town or out, the health of our watersheds impact our daily lives.

What’s a Wetland Worth?

Wetlands, to some, are priceless.  Economically it’s hard to put a price tag on them. Could we do without wetlands? No!  Beyond all the things we now know that wetlands contribute, those things called ecological goods and services, a local pond provides many of us with an education, experiences, risks, inspiration, entertainment, connections and appreciation.

Who Pays for Stewardship?

Stewardship, specifically environmental stewardship, is the act of caring for our natural resources – land, water, wildlife, and air – to sustain, conserve, protect and restore the environment for our generation and the generations still to come.  Environmental stewardship pays big dividends in the form of clean water, forage productivity, biodiversity, and water storage, but who pays for stewardship and how much do we owe?

Valueing Lakes and Wetlands

There are a variety of lakes and wetlands in Alberta, from the clear blue mountain lakes to willow-ringed potholes of central Alberta.  They all have a many things in common, including their value as water filters, storage tanks and critter condominiums

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