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Species at Risk Partnerships on Agricultural Lands



BadgerWay Program


For more information, visit the BadgerWay webpage or download the BadgerWay Program brochure.

BadgerWay brochure — Click to download.


Grassland Stewardship Program


For more information, visit the Grassland Stewardship Program (GSP) webpage or download the GSP 2017 brochure.

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GSP 2017 Brochure — Click to download.


Farming with Grassland Birds


Farming with Grassland Birds is a workbook designed to help you evaluate the suitability of your hay and pasture fields as grassland bird habitat; present a series of potential Best Management Practices (BMPs) that you could consider for your operation; and guide you in developing a management plan.

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Click to download.


What is SARPAL?

Species at Risk Partnerships on Agricultural Lands (SARPAL) is an Environment and Climate Change Canada initiative that is focused on working with farmers to support the recovery of species at risk on agricultural land. SARPAL funds conservation actions currently focused on supporting the Bobolink and the American Badger in Ontario.


Have a question? Contact OSCIA at sarpal@ontariosoilcrop.org or (226) 706-8668.

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SARPAL Opportunities
The Species at Risk Partnerships on Agricultural Lands (SARPAL) initiative, including the Grassland Stewardship Program, is delivered through the Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association. Updates on SARPAL funding opportunities are periodically added to the OSCIA website. Now you can receive an email from OSCIA whenever a new SARPAL update is available. Or, you can request an update be issued whenever new information is released about any of the educational and cost-share programs delivered through OSCIA (e.g. SARFIP, GLASI, Growing Forward 2, etc.). Simply check the appropriate box below to confirm your expressed consent.

In an effort to provide you with better control of the types of program messages we send you, there are two options to help you select the messages that are most appropriate:

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Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association
1 Stone Road West
Guelph, Ontario N1G 4Y2
519-826-4214
oscia@ontariosoilcrop.org

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