Restoring 71 – A Prairie in Transition

Nicole DollCommunity Features, Featured

Katie and Aaron Suek - Restoration 71

In 2014, we bought a little patch of prairie. After a century of growing crops and hay, this 71-acre prairie was no longer pristine. It was not untouched. This prairie was not a native grassland, it was not a cropland, and it was not a hay land. This prairie was in transition.  

Community Feature: Rollin Baldhead

Caitlyn AnhornCommunity Features, Featured

Rollin teaching

Baldhead grew up in Saskatchewan and is now using what he’s learned to move mountains across Canada. Baldhead takes his educator role seriously, from teaching grades kindergarten to 2 through land-based learning to leading culture camps and everything in between.

Delta Feud

Caitlyn AnhornBlog, Education, Featured, SRD blog

In June 2021, the CPAWS-SK team noticed that the CPAWS-Northern Alberta team was claiming that the largest inland freshwater delta in the world was in … Read More

Long Term Gain: Investing in the Protection of Saskatchewan Wildlife in Today’s Political Environment

Nicole DollBlog, Featured

Prairie at Battle Creek PFRA community pasture

Our Saskatchewan species are suffering as a result of instability. This instability isn’t just caused by factors related to the environment or the human footprint; a lack of consistent engagement in wildlife protection initiatives significantly impacts progress. We must hold ourselves and our governments – our leaders – accountable for advocating and implementing effective strategies so conservation progress can endure.