Projects

Communicating and coordinating projects that contribute to advancing the CRSB's goals

The CRSB’s Projects Pillar is focused on building a stronger and more united beef sustainability community by increasing awareness of sustainable beef production. This is achieved through four core areas:

Aligning initiatives within the sustainability strategy goals.

Connecting what is being by others through our online projects inventory.

Collaborating with others doing similar work.

Communicating through an annual projects survey.

 

Browse our inventory of projects below.

Do you have a project to submit?

We encourage anyone leading or participating in a project that supports the goals of the National Beef Sustainability Strategy to submit a project.

Find out more about project criteria, the inventory survey and the process for project recognition in our inventory.

Intake of new projects for the inventory takes place once per year, April 1 through May 31.

Please contact us if you are interested in partnering on a sustainability project.

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Projects

These sustainability projects are designed to demonstrate, pilot or promote sustainability practices. Note that these are not research projects; information on beef research projects can be found at beefresearch.ca.

Riparian & Wetland Ecosystem Improvement

ALUS Canada

2010 - Ongoing

Shell Buffalo Hills conservation Ranch

Ducks Unlimited Canada

Ongoing

Cold Climate Floating Island Technology

Olds College

2019 - Ongoing

Revolving Land Conservation Program

Ducks Unlimited Canada

Ongoing

Conservation Easements

Ducks Unlimited Canada

Ongoing

Assessing Ecosystem Services in Alberta

Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute

March 2012 - December 2018

Multisar

Alberta Conservation Association

Ongoing

Forage Program

Ducks Unlimited Canada

Ongoing

Vermilion River Wetland Restoration and Enhancement Project

North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance

April 2015 - March 2022

Virtual Fencing, The Future of Livestock Management

BC Cattlemens Association

April 2021 - March 2022