Pre-Site Assessment and Reclamation Practices for Northern Fescue Native Grasslands August 14-15, 2019 Consort, Alberta
Northern Fescue native grasslands are highly fragmented. Competent pre-disturbance site assessment and follow through are critical to preparing effective and cost-efficient construction and reclamation plans. This two-day classroom and field-based course covers how to:
- Use the Range Plant Community Guides to assess grasslands
- Develop a Recovery Strategy for Disturbances
- Design and source seed mixes for industrial disturbances to meet Reclamation Criteria conservation objectives.
These tools provide valuable context to interpret results of data collected for NEW AEP Conservation Assessments – Strategic Siting and Pre-disturbance Site Assessments for Industrial Activities on Native Grasslands.
Instructors: B. Adams, M. Neville, P. Desserud, N. Ball
Registration: $550 per person.
Includes course fees and materials.
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