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Among the Wild Ones

2018-07-12
Several of us joined Legacy president Kim Good for a walk-about on land that she and her family are restoring to native prairie. Over the morning we discovered numerous grasses such June grass, Kentucky blue grass, meadow brome and wheat grass. Who knew there were so many different kinds? A grass is a grass is a ... or so I thought. I was surprised to learn that a few simple details would help me identify…
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Native Plant Walk!

2018-06-27
Would you like to learn more about native prairie plants here in Mountain View County?  Kim Good, president of Legacy Land Trust Society, is leading 2 walks next month—July 11 and 18—from 9 to noon both days. A plant ecologist by training, Kim has more than a decade of field experience working on Canada’s prairies. If you’d like to join her, register here on our Contact page. Space is limited…
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Legacy was invited to attend the National Indigenous People’s Day Celebration in Olds on June 22. Our connection with the land, and the display of historical artifacts brought many people to our booth to talk and learn that conservation includes not only the land, but the stories and artifacts included in the landscape. The hammerheads, found east of Olds, were a conversation starter and brought…
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We'll have a booth at Centennial Park in Olds on June 22 in honour of National Indigenous Peoples Day. The fun starts at 9 and runs to 4.  Drop by and say hello! 
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Our Newsletters

2018-06-03
Our newsletters are now posted on our website. You'll find them here along with information about our Circle of Friends.
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Legacy produces a calendar each year to celebrate the beauty and diversity of the lands in and around Mountain View County, Alberta. Submissions for the 2019 calendar are now open. We invite you to pick up your camera and show us what you think is worth conserving.
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Legacy Land Trust Society has officially released its 2018 Calendar! This year the calendar features beautiful photos of water taken by many talented community members. Help support Legacy Land Trust Society by purchasing a calendar at our office location in Olds!
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Conserving Your Land: Estate and Succession Opportunities Workshop Friday, Novenber 25, 2016 @ Eldon Foote Hall (Train Station), DidsburyRegistration and coffee and 9:30 amSession from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm$25 registration fee, lunch includedPlease register by November 21, 2016 at events@legacylandtrustsociety.ca or 403-556-1029
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We need you!

2016-07-26
Legacy Land Trust's Circle of Friends is Growing... Calling all people who love nature and open spaces! If you have a bit of time and are interested in Event Planning, Fundraising, Education/outreach, and/or Natural Sciences please contact Kim at 403-556-1029 or events@legacylandtrustsociety.ca. We look forward to hearing from you.
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