Board of Directors

Chad MacPherson
Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association
 
Chay Anderson
Rancher; Youth
 
Clint Christianson
Pasture Representative
 
Cory Larson
Surge Energy
 
Dale Mosquito
Nekaneet First Nations
 
Gord Vaadeland
Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society
 
Jennifer Barker
TC Energy
 
Keith Day
Saskatchewan Cattlemen's Association
 
Lorne Scott
Nature Saskatchewan
 
Norm Nordgulen
Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities
 
Jeff Keith
Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment
 
Larry Grant
Director at Large
 
Executive Director
Email: ed@sodcap.com

 

New Projects

Interested in how you can manage for habitat for species at risk as well as livestock needs?

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Interested in implementing some Beneficial Management Practices on your Operation?

Click here for more information on BMP Funding

 

How do Species at Risk, Ranching, and Industry Development all fit together??

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In the Milk River Watershed, in southwestern Saskatchewan, they have co-existed together for years. Careful management by the local ranchers, farmers, industry staff, and government have ensured that the habitat these species need remains intact.

The South of the Divide Conservation Action Program Inc. (SODCAP) believes that success lies in developing programs cooperatively, making habitat management for species at risk an important priority while also ensuring economic sustainability on the landscape. Biodiversity is important to the economic well-being of Saskatchewan. Native prairie supplies important habitat for many of our species at risk, and wildlife as a whole. A healthy ecosystem is a sustainable one, for everyone involved: wildlife, birds, native plants, species at risk, livestock, and humans!

SODCAP was initiated in the fall of 2014, and is currently involved in a variety of different projects. Welcome to our site!

 

 

 

 

 

Events

Interested in Seeding Native Grass?

SODCAP Inc. is looking to cooperate with producers interested in seeding native grass on lands that are currently cultivated and located in the Milk River Watershed
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