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Range Management Contributes to a Diverse and Resilient Environment

By Cassandra Schroeder, Range Management Extension Specialist
Rachel Turnquist, Lands Management Specialist
Ashley Berezowski, Lands Management Specialist

September 2020

The range management extension specialists and land management specialists in the province work together to ensure the sustainability of public and private rangelands. Well managed rangelands contribute to a diverse and resilient landscape that supports our economy and our well-being. To ensure good management of crown lands, such as the former federally and provincially operated pastures, specialists help with science-based monitoring in these pastures each summer.

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