Stewards of Saskatchewan Program

Nature Saskatchewan

Nature Saskatchewans Stewards of Saskatchewan (SOS) is a suite of five voluntary stewardship programs that engage rural landowners in conserving habitat in southern Saskatchewan to benefit: species at risk from disappearing prairie landscapes, ecosystem health, and people. The goals of the programs are to conserve habitat, raise awareness and provide environmental outreach to agricultural producers, enhance prairie habitat for species at risk, and search for and monitor target species at risk populations. While the focus is on species targeted by SOS programs, these programs ultimately benefit many prairie species and their habitat.

Contact Information

Nature Saskatchewan
Phone: 306-780-9273

Subject: Science, Social
Cost: Free
Duration: N/A
Area: All Areas

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