News

  1. Krisha Lim

    REES students rise to the 3-Minute Thesis Challenge

    Competitors have three minutes to explain their research and findings in simple terms

  2. Moni Holowach

    Alternative Reading Week trips sharpen lecture lessons

    ALES students exchanged service for information in India, Cuba and Edmonton's inner-city

  3. Fangliang He

    Competition between trees the main driver of forest change

    Climate change found to be significant but not as important as previously thought

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In the News

  1. Bright future may await agricultural substation after uncertain past

    In 2013 the Government of Canada announced that it would be releasing the OneFour research station back to the province of Alberta. The research at the station includes range management, cattle genetics and wildlife research. The current plan is to develop a partnership between the province, University of Alberta Rangeland Research Institute and the new Onefour Grazing Association.

  2. Millions given for area flooding fixes

    Shari Clare, adjunct professor at the U of A provides comment on the plan to restore 60 wetlands around Calgary in order to prevent future catastrophic floods.

  3. What you need to know about controlled traffic farming

    University of Alberta researchers will be looking at rooting depth, root size, pore space and biological activity in the soil in order to confirm the benefits of CTF (where machinery wheel tracks are confined to specific lanes or tramlines).

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