University of Alberta Onefour ranch University of Alberta.

University of Alberta expands rangeland research access

Two historic research ranches in southern Alberta have officially changed hands, giving University of Alberta scientists access to study two large rangelands.

Two historic research ranches in southern Alberta have officially changed hands, and that’s giving scientists from the University of Alberta assured access to study two large rangelands.

The land areas are the Onefour Research Ranch in the southeastern corner of the province and the Stavely Research Ranch located southwest of Nanton, Alb. Established by the Canadian government in 1927 and 1947, respectively, they were dedicated to ranch and livestock fieldwork until Agriculture

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