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2020 Transboundary Grasslands Workshop - Regina, SK

In 2020, SK PCAP combined two workshops: the 7th Native Prairie Restoration and Reclamation Workshop and the 5th Transboundary Grassland Workshop, They took place February 25-27, 2020 at the Ramada Plaza, Regina, SK.

The theme was The Big Picture: Planning and Partnerships. The workshop included plenary sessions, interactive panel discussions, break-out sessions, hands-on case studies, speed dating case studies, trade show and poster session. The full suite of presentations during the Native Prairie Restoration and Reclamation portion of the workshop can be found on the SK PCAP website.

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2020 Transboundary Grasslands Workshop

2018 (Feb) Transboundary Grasslands Workshop - Glasgow, MT

Transboundary Grasslands Conservation: Challenges and Solutions 

Alberta Prairie Foothills fescue porcupine hills

Photo By Jane Lancaster

The 3rd Transboundary Grasslands Workshop took place on February 13-15, 2018 in Glasgow, MT. The workshop was a great success with participants attending from Alberta, Saskatchewan and Montana. Thanks to everyone that attended.


2016 Transboundary Grasslands Workshop - Elkwater, AB

The first Transboundary Grasslands Workshop was held on January 19-20th in Elkwater, AB. The workshop was successful at bringing together government and non-government agencies, landowners and academia to discuss transboundary grassland initiatives across Alberta, Saskatchewan and Montana.

Workshop Objectives:

  1. Become familiar with the broad scope of work and accomplishments of large landscape conservation trans-boundary collaboratives.
  2. Review the status of existing trans-boundary grassland initiatives with focus on successes, challenges and outcomes.
  3. Discuss existing jurisdictionally-based environmental, land use and natural resource management priorities and challenges.
  4. Identify potential topics where new or enhanced trans-boundary collaboration may result in better outcomes.

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