Saskatchewan’s Flat Landscape: Our Biodiverse Grasslands

Nicole DollBlog, Education

Photo of bison grazing in the Qu’Appelle Valley, Saskatchewan

While Saskatchewan’s prairies were once a thriving wilderness roamed by millions of wild bison, much of it has been transformed, with less than 18% of the original native grassland remaining. With such a small amount of Saskatchewan’s irreplaceable native grasslands left, it is crucial to protect these important ecosystems.