Acreage Living: A Conservation Guide For Owners and Developers Of Natural Habitats

Submitted by StudentResearcher on Fri, 2010-04-30 11:11
Date of survey completion
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Chet Neufeld
Email address of primary contact person
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The Native Plant Society of Saskatchewan has developed and published a guide for landowners and developers to aid in conserving and/or restoring land to provide habitat for native fauna and flora.  Planning, design, and management are covered, and topics range from soil erosion and water conservation to enjoyment of natural areas.

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Keywords (Please list keywords, separated by commas, that relate to the project)
Acreage living, habitat conservation, rural living, wildlife habitat development, management, informal education, awareness
Describe the educational component of the project (e.g. formal education, training, or public awareness advanced by the project)

Awareness education for habitat conservation/restoration planning and design.

What level of education does this project address?
Public awareness, for example, through the media (informal education)
Project sponsors/funders

Habitat Stewardship Program, Environment Canada; Saskatchewan Prairie Conservation Action Plan; Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment; Ducks Unlimited Canada; Browning Design Inc.; Saskatchewan Watershed Authority; Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Administration; Land Stewardship Centre of Canada

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Student researcher