Program 108

AIRDATE:12/09/03

PROMO: The Jefferson Morraine lies between Cardston and the Montana border in the southwest corner of Alberta. The land is characterized by treeless, rolling terrain. Ducks Unlimited, Alberta Conservation Association and Nature Conservancy of Canada have purchased 5 sections from farmers and are restoring the native grasses and potholes to improve the habitat for pintail ducks and other wildlife.

DU's Morgan Stromsmoe talks about how the Jefferson Community Pasture project will work.

ACA's Linda Cerney outlines the work she's doing to inventory birds and other wildlife in the area.

And U of L graduate student Meg McCluskie discusses her research on essential oils to control grasshoppers.

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TITLE: Morgan Stromsmoe, Restoration Agronomist, Prairie Field Office, Ducks Unlimited Canada
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TITLE: Linda Cerney, Wildlife Technician, Lethbridge Regional Office, Alberta Conservation Association
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TITLE: Meg McCluskie, Graduate Student, Biological Sciences, University of Lethbridge
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TITLE: Checking Pitfall Traps
SUBJECT: #108 Jefferson Community Pasture
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