Government of Canada announces large investment to protect species at risk habitat in the greater Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve area!
The Minister of Environment and Climate Change, the Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson, announced that the Government of Canada will invest $402,400 over three years to conserve and restore habitat for species at risk in the greater Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve area. Located in West-Central Saskatchewan on the traditional lands of the Métis, Mistawasis Nêhiyawak, and Muskeg
The Redberry Lake Biosphere Region received funding from Tourism Saskatchewan’s Destination Experience Development Program to launch a brand new “Experience the biosphere!” Visitor Package. We are calling all businesses, organizations and individuals who would like to get involved in this project to contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org This grant will help showcase the following: 1.Our
We are excited to announce our new name: Redberry Lake Biosphere Region. This comes in accordance with recently expanding our borders to include the RM’s of Leask, and Blaine Lake. We look forward to connecting and building partnerships with these new regional municipalities. Welcome!
We have filled our two summer student positions and welcome Tory and Brooke at the Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve. Summer Student PDF News_01
With the beginning of the May long weekend the boating and mussel season starts. The AIS Working Group (Saskatchewan) is taking action by distributing the flyer “Stop Zebra & Quagga Mussels” through Cabela’s in Saskatoon and Regina, The Fishing Hole, Adventure Sports and various boat shops in Saskatoon. AIS Flyer
The AIS working group has written a media release to take action on stopping zebra and quagga mussels from entering our Saskatchewan waterways. Media Release Backgrounder
We proudly present you the new video about the linkage between Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve and Hafford Central School. The short film was launched at the EuroMAB Conference in October 2013. Watch the Video
This marks the third year students from the University of Saskatchewan, School of Environment and Sustainability (SENS), have been out to the Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve for their annual field trip. But this year we were pleased to welcome a second group of students. SENS, U of S: Two Experimental Field Trips to Redberry
Students of Grades 5, 9 and 10 came out to Oscar Creek, a freshwater creek that feeds into Redberry Lake, to test the water quality and to learn about the parameters that determine its health. The students tested the water for dissolved oxygen, phosphates and nitrogen. Testing the water of Oscar Creek with Hafford