2 edition of Multisar, the Milk River Basin Project found in the catalog.
Multisar, the Milk River Basin Project
Brad A. Downey
by Alberta Public Affairs Bureau
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||134|
Conservation Strategies (HCSs) in the Milk River Basin. These strategies are currently being implemented on over , acres of land. In MULTISAR expanded its focus beyond the Milk River Basin and out to the Grassland Natural Region. This expansion has allowed additional. The smallest of the province's major river basins encompassing an area of about 6, km 2. The river is a northern part of the Missouri-Mississippi River Basin. The Milk River enters Alberta from Montana, flows eastward through the southern portion of the province prior to looping back to Montana, and it eventually drains into the Mississippi.
Buttermilk Basin is a gathering place filled with vintage inspired designs in wool & cotton! We offer an amazing selection of patterns & inspiration for all your handwork needs! Be sure to make your first stop our What's New page, where you'll read about our newest arrivals. en Alberta Conservation Association MULTISAR: The Milk River Basin Project The Milk River drainage basin in southern Alberta has the highest diversity and density of species at risk in Alberta, including western silvery minnow, Ferruginous Hawk, Sprague's Pipit, Long-billed Curlew, and northern leopard frog.
The waters of the Milk River Project also created problems within the continental United States when, as requested by the Reclamation Service, a determination of water rights was set in motion in The U.S. Supreme Court, in deciding the case of U S. v Winters in , established the Indian and federal reserved rights doctrine, followed by. Recovery actions aim to develop a multi-species habitat conservation strategy and prioritize habitat stewardship activities within the Milk River Drainage Basin in southern Alberta. Summary of Research/Monitoring Activities Population monitoring is taking place in collaboration with other planned recovery activities.
MULTISAR: The Milk River Basin Project outlines a process to provide appropriate management on critical parts of the landscape to achieve multi-species conservation. Multisar: the Milk River Basin project habitat suitability models for Multisar wildlife management species by Downey, Brad A; Alberta.
Fish and Wildlife Division. MULTISAR: The Milk River Basin Project is an innovative approach to multi-species management in southern Alberta.
The Milk River Basin was chosen as Alberta's first multi-species landscape management initiative based on on the high number of sensitive, at risk, and may be at risk species combined with the small area that the basin encompasses.
MULTISAR: The Milk River Basin Project is an innovative approach to multi-species management in southern Alberta. The Milk River Basin was chosen as Alberta's first multi-species Source: Multisar: the Milk River Basin project habitat suitability models for selected wildlife management species.
MULTISAR: the Milk River Basin Project. Several people had a lead role in the compilation of habitat suitability index models for this project, including Brad Taylor. Multisar: the Milk River Basin project habitat suitability models for selected wildlife management species.
A project of the University of Toronto Libraries in partnership with the library and archives community in Canada Image above from the Barren Lands Digital Collection, courtesy of the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University. MULTISAR: The Milk River Basin Project, A Multi-species Conservation Strategy for Species at Risk: Year 2 Progress Report.
Alberta Sustainable Resource Development, Fish and Wildlife Division, Alberta Species at Risk Report No. 87, Edmonton, AB. Alternative: MULTISAR, a multi-species conservation strategy for species at risk in the grassland natural region of Alberta report Alternative: MULTISAR, the Milk River Basin Project, a multi-species conservation strategy for species at risk progress report.
A Multi-Species Conservation Strategy for Species at Risk in the Milk River Basin: Year 1 – Progress Report Compiled and Edited by Richard W. Quinlan, Brad A. Downey, Brad N. Taylor, Paul F.
Jones, and Terry B. Clayton Technical Editor Kathryn A. Romanchuk Alberta Species at Risk Report No. 72 March Milk River Project, Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan.
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Alberta Species at Risk Report No. 87, prepared by R.W. Quinlan, B.A. Downey, B.L. Downey and P.F. Jones; No – MULTISAR: A Multi-species Conservation Strategy for Species at Risk - Year 3 Report. The Milk River Project Project Location The Milk River Project is located in north-central Montana.
Lands served by the project are located along a mile stretch of the Milk River in Blaine, Phillips, and Valley Counties.
In addition, project features are located in Hill and Glacier Counties. The water supply for the. toacres through the original MULTISAR – Milk River project. Landholders view this collaboration as non-threatening, and new relationships are being formed because of this awareness and through promotion of the program in the local community.
MULTISAR – South. community. MULTISAR – South Saskatchewan was initiated as a result of the positive feedback and desire of landholders for us to expand beyond the Milk River basin. The South Saskatchewan expansion has led to funding partnerships (~$,/year) and the support of the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association and Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable.
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Alberta Environment Current and Future Water Use in Alberta March MILK RIVER BASIN The Milk Basin is ab km2 in area, which represents percent of Alberta. The mean annual natural river discharge of the Milk River isdam3 and it eventually drains into the Mississippi River.
The program initially operated in the Milk River watershed but now extends to Nanton, around the Medicine Hat area, and west to Brooks and Bassano. Sincemore than 34 participants (individual ranchers and grazing associations) have undertaken detailed projects onacres, while 70 producers have had quick, one-day assessments on Author: Alexis Kienlen.
The Milk River Project is an irrigation project authorized in intended to supply the Lower Milk River valley with water for irrigation. The St. Mary’s diversion dams, canals, drops, and siphon were completed in in and still remain in-use today. in carrying out the project include agricultural producers, Alberta Conservation Association, Prairie Conservation Forum, Alberta Environment and Parks and others.
Previously confined to the Milk River Basin, in the project was expanded to include the entire Grassland Natural Region. MULTISAR works. Page 3 - That the Secretary of the Interior is hereby authorized and directed to make examinations and surveys for, and to locate and construct, as herein provided, irrigation works for the storage, diversion, and development of waters, including artesian wells, and to report to Congress at the beginning of each regular session as to the results of such examinations and.
Contact Title: Area Manager Organization: Montana Area Office Address: P.O. Box City: Billings, MT Fax: Phone: Milk River Project. Burnt River Project. Canadian River Project. Columbia Basin Project. Crescent Lake Dam Project. Dalton Gardens Project. Eden Project. Falcon Project.
Fort Peck Project. Bureau of Reclamation Project Feasibilities and Authorizations: A Compilation of Findings of.Western small-footed myotis (Myotis ciliolabrum). Pp. in P Jones, V Remesz, O Casteli, R Quinlan, B Downey, eds.
MULTISAR: The Milk River Basin Project Habitat Suitability Models for Selected Wildlife Management Species. Edmonton Alberta: Alberta Sustainable Resource Management, Fish and Wildlife Division.