Caribou Reserve
Saskatchewan / Manitoba, Canada

The Caribou Boreal Habitat project aims to re-establish vital vegetation for caribou population growth. Woodland caribou generally move short distances between adjacent areas of suitable habitat, but do not migrate long distances like the better-known barren-ground caribou. This project works with the Government of Saskatchewan to help restore vital meadows, forest and habitat reclamation for these endangered species.

Planting Details:

Estimated Planting Date - June / July 2018

 

Estimated Plants to be Planted - TBD (Based off national pilot results)

 

Estimated Seeds to be Sown - TBD (1:10 / 1:50 Germination Rate)

 

Details - The restoration and reclamation season takes place between April and November typically in Sakatchewan and Manitoba. For restoration purposes, rainy weather followed by warm sunny days are required. We have partnered with the organizations listed below in order to conduct the “Buy This Cup. Grow a Plant” program plantings for the National Pilot Caribou Boreal Habitat restoration.

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