November 1, 2021

Land Use 2021: Full Summary Now Available

We're pleased to present a summary PDF file of our international hit web series - Land Use 2021: A Place for Biodiversity Offsets.  Check out the document. To help advance thinking, policy and practice respecting biodiversity offsetting, in April through June 2021 the Alberta Land Institute presented a series of web-based presentations and discussions to improve understanding regarding current thinking…

April 21, 2021

Land Use 2021: Now With Small-group Discussions

To stay or not to stay—that is the question. Responding to feedback from our first session in our web forum Land Use 2021: A Place for Biodiversity Offsets, we will be adding small group discussions after the presentation, to carry on the conversation with our participants. Participants will have the option to stay and take part. “Alberta Land Institute wants to encourage rich discussion, exciting…

April 21, 2021

Neighbourhood Clean-ups, Ziggy Marley And Banana Peel Baking: Earth Day Celebrates 51 Years On Thursday, April 22

Now 51 years old, Earth Day is just hitting its stride. Since 1970, Earth Day has been an annual event demonstrating support for environment protection. From its humble beginnings in 1969 at a UNESCO Conference in San Francisco, the “day to honor the Earth” first proposed by peace activist John McConnell is now celebrated on April 22. Globally this year, the activities likely will include over…

February 19, 2021

Celebrate Canada Agriculture Day – Tuesday February 23

Next Tuesday is a special day in Canada. It’s the sixth annual Canada Agriculture Day. February 23 brings special attention to our agricultural industry and the pride Canadian farmers share in growing food. We’ve pulled together a number of resources to help you celebrate Canadian agriculture in engaging and fun ways on Tuesday and throughout the week.   Alberta Land Institute (ALI) Agriculture…

January 28, 2021
Tags: Research

The Dish: Hana Ambury, Soil Health Champion

When you are eating lunch, it might comfort you to know Hana Ambury cares about what you’re eating. Here’s why you might put down your fork and pay attention to her work. You might not care about soil and soil health. Rest assured, Hana Ambury, Project Assistant, Alberta Land Institute (ALI) does. “After discovering an interest in sustainable food systems during high school,” says Hana, “I…