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Chinook Applied Research Association, or the company better known as CARA, is expanding its reach with the new CARA’s Soil Health Lab this year.

The South East Alberta Watershed Alliance (SEAWA) has received provincial government funding to be able to undertake a two-year riparian restoration project and officials are looking for landowners to take part.

The Oldman Watershed Council (OWC) has trained four new outreach assistants to help with their work over the summer months.

The Cattlemen’s Young Leaders (CYL) mentorship program is ready to select its winners of this year’s program this month as participants anxiously await the news.

In celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary, Nanton has two projects officials have been working on in the community. The Town of Nanton received $25,489 from the Canada 150 grant for their Canada 150 Infrastructure Project.

Saturday, 15 July 2017 07:00

Bow Island pool upgraded

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The swimming pool in Bow Island has received some much-needed upgrades thanks to a Canada 150 grant. At the end of November 2016, the Town of Bow Island received confirmation they would receive $109,300 grant from the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program.

Although there was no 4-H multi-club in Bindloss this year — the first time in 40 years there has been no club — a celebration of 4-H is still set to take place July 22.

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