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On the prairies, sustainability can be achieved through forming partnerships

When partnership success is dependent on respect and planning for the environment, we must all continue to learn and improve our tools and methods as technology and information becomes available. Industry has come a long way in understanding that the landowner is impacted and possibly disrupted by industrial activities on their land.

This presents an opportunity to strengthen partnerships between industry and landowners. We can help you implement new preferred grassland restoration strategies, simply by guiding you through your surface disturbance or riparian plan and providing you with the tools to move forward.

We would like the opportunity to share our expertise and provide additional resources and information about best practices that will help you understand and prepare your surface-disturbance plan for Native Prairie work sites.

Range Ward can help:

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If you are interested in learning more about new preferred methods for restoration of disturbed grasslands in Alberta, we highly recommend:
- that you read Recovery Strategies for Industrial Development in Native Prairie (pdf)
-visit our partners and links page and explore their vast knowledge bases
-visit Alberta Environment & Sustainable Resource Development - Strategies and Policies page

To find out how Range Ward and the Power Grazer System can help with your grassland project, please contact Norm Ward at rangeward@gmail.com or call (403) 646-0006.

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