SENS, U of S: Two Experimental Field Trips to Redberry Lake

By Allison

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

Testing the water of Oscar Creek with Hafford students

By Allison

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

AEGP Newsletter

By Allison

The Agri-Environmental Plan (AEGP) talks about portable windbreaks and off-site watering in this newsletter edition!   AEGP Newsletter 

Redberry Lake and Parkland AEGP Workshop at Spiritwood

By Allison

On Tuesday August 14, approximately 25 people gathered for a workshop held at Spiritwood by the Redberry Lake Watershed AEGP and the Parkland AEGP. The day started out at the Spiritwood Stockyards where Jeremy Brown, Agrologist with Saskatchewan Watershed Authority presented a number of different remote and portable winter and summer water systems. The group