Check out our webinar "The influence of grazing management on plant community diversity and production across Western Canada" by Jessica Grenke @UAIberta University of Alberta March 22 at 3pm MST Register Free: register.gotowebinar.com/register/16045… #PrairiesGotTheGoods pic.twitter.com/13N5UKYsBS Retweeted by Fiera Biological
Today in @theACTWS History 2012 – Conference in Medicine Hat w/ field trip to local cougar research site in Cypress Hills. ACTWS Facebook site is established. ACTWS Post-gradutate scholarship renamed for Bill Wishart on his 80th birthday. #ACTWS30in30 #ACTWS19 #CSTWS19 pic.twitter.com/ytMmPBxPVx Retweeted by Fiera Biological
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