Saskatchewan grasslands are magical, wide open spaces that support an incredible diversity of life; from the iconic plains bison and pronghorn antelope, to rare and endangered species such as Black-footed Ferrets and Greater Sage Grouse. Grasslands are also home to ranchers who depend on healthy grasslands to sustain their livelihoods. With less than a quarter of Saskatchewan’s original grasslands still remaining, there is a growing sense of appreciation for the beauty and benefits that grasslands provide to rural communities. In this beautifully illustrated presentation, biologist and environmental photographer Branimir Gjetvaj will take us on a journey of discovery through our unique prairie landscapes.
Friday, October 31, 2014 at 1:30 p.m.
Gallery Building Room 106, Centre for Continuing Education – Lifelong Learning Centre, 2155 College Avenue beside Darke Hall, University of Regina, Saskatchewan
For more information and to register, visit www.branimirphoto.ca/blog/saskatchewan-grasslands-illustrated-talk