Events

Join us at our next events to dive into the future of prairie agriculture. Engage in discussions, share ideas, and contribute to enhancing prairie benefits. We’re excited to have you join the conversation.

Living Lab Field Day: Exploring Range Health

Join us in the field to learn more about the practical aspects of range health.

Living Lab participants Gerald and Patti Anhorn are hosting a field day at their ranch near Elrose, SK. Join us for hands-on learning and discussion on the components of range health assessments, with ranchers, agrologists, and other experts. To register, call or text...

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2024 Soil Health Conference

Living Lab Central Prairies will be attending.

You will find us at this conference along with many producers and other industry stakeholders wanting to learn and share resources about soil health principles.

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2024 Native Prairie Restoration/Reclamation Workshop

Living Lab participants join with stakeholders to present and learn.

Living lab participants will join with hundreds of other prairie stakeholders to present and learn about tools to restore or reclaim native prairie, ecosystem management, seed sourcing and seed mixes, and more.

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Living Lab – Central Prairies Co-development Meeting

Living Lab participants review experiences in 2023 and prioritize for 2024.

Producers, researchers, and others involved with the living lab will come together to review their experiences in 2023, and discuss and prioritize their needs and interests for 2024 and beyond.

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2023 Transboundary Grassland Partnership Workshop

Discuss emerging issues affecting native grasslands.

Numerous living lab participants will be presenting and attending this event to discuss emerging issues affecting native grasslands. Presentations will review soil organic carbon research, bird and insect biodiversity, grassland restoration and more.

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