Building eco-buffers and shelterbelts

  From the Feb 5, 2019 Broadcast of Call of the Land
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 For those interested in learning about the steps involved in designing, creating, and maintaining shelterbelts and eco-buffers, Red Deer County is hosting a workshop on February 13. Ken Lewis, conservation coordinator for the County, outlines the value of having a shelterbelt or eco-buffer.

Interview with Ken Lewis (2:31 minutes) (1.15 Mb)

The Eco-buffer and Shelterbelt workshop is February 13. For more information, or to register, call 403-342-8654, or email

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