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Online Lecture | Advancing Water Resiliency: Nature's Contribution to People and Agriculture

This panel will discuss the challenges, opportunities, and will envision a path forward in using natural resources, like water, sustainably in both consumption and production practices in the Canadian Prairies. Register now!

Federal Funding for Green Projects in Alberta

The Government of Canada and the Federation of Canadian Municipalities announced more than $8.7 million for four projects supporting sustainable communities in Alberta through the Green Municipal Fund (GMF).

BRACE Poster

A new Building Regional Adaptation Capacity and Expertise (BRACE) poster provides information on the program at a glance, a graphic of BRACE activities, and a description of 17 sample projects.

Farmers for Climate Solutions

Farmers for Climate Solutions is a collaborative led by the National Farmers Union, Canadian Organic Growers, FarmFolk CityFolk, Rural Routes to Climate Solutions, the Ecological Farmers Association of Ontario, Equiterre, and SeedChange.

Canadian Institute for Climate Choices

Learn about the newly established Canadian Institute for Climate Choices. The Institute aims to bring clarity to the challenges, opportunities and choices ahead for Canada as governments at all levels work to address climate change.

Resilient Rurals

The towns of Bruderheim, Gibbons and Lamont have created Resilient Rurals to partner in regional climate adaptation. They invite other rural communities across Canada to join them in building resilience.