WISE associate Dr. Walter Willms of the Agriculture Canada Research Station in Lethbridge investigates ways to keep cattle and their manure out of our waterways.
Australian archeologist Diana Smith visits Alberta to study farm equipment graveyards as part of the field work for her PhD
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ITEM:1TITLE: Dr. Walter Willms, Rangeland Ecologist, Agriculture Canada Research Station, Lethbridge
SUBJECT: #99 Training Cows To Drink Away From Rivers
ITEM:2TITLE: Diana Smith, PhD Candidate, Department of Archeology, Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia
SUBJECT: #99 Comparative Study on Farm Equipment Graveyards Between Alberta and Australia
ITEM:3TITLE: Di Smith at Work
SUBJECT: #99 Recording the Farmer's Story
SYNOPSIS: Di Smith conducts her field research on farm equipment graveyards with a farmer who lives near Lethbridge. This piece is an early threshing machine made of timber and iron called a "White No. 6".