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Field Trip in The Buffer Zone
Field Trip in the Buffer Zone

Activities in the Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve focus on our mandate of conservation, sustainable development and capacity building. More specifically, these activities fall into the areas of local and regional planning and development and economic growth, appreciation of local nature, culture and heritage, regional identity and pride, research, knowledge development and preservation, information transfer and sharing as well as networking. This is done through collaboration and partnerships at the local, provincial, national and international levels.

The Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve and area benefit from projects related to conservation, sustainable economic development and capacity building and gain provincial, national and international recognition through these projects and through networking. This draws people, developers, businesses and researchers to the area.

The work is done on a fee-for-service basis to recover costs for equipment upkeep, supplies, and technical assistance.

Download the summary of our Annual Report 2013.

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Finding solutions for AG plastics in the RLBR

RLBR is finding innovative solutions to recover AG plastics such as grain bags from our landfills. These plastics can be converted into sustainable packaging materials that can be used for SK AG commodities, such as peas and lentils going to global export markets.