Land Care

Kneehill County's Ag Services Board is committed to preserving and protecting our land through various programs including grass seed programs and environmental programs. Land Care and Extension Policy. 

The Alberta Government has a variety of programs that can help you as well.
Growing Forward 2 Funding
Environmental Farm Plan

Kneehill County ASB Free Seeding Equipment Use and Grass Seed for Buffer Zones, Riparian Areas, and Grassed Waterways

Kneehill County's water quality in its creeks and waterways has been rated poor to marginal according to surface water testing, and reports done by the Red Deer River Watershed Alliance. In an effort to improve water quality within Kneehill County and for those downstream, the Kneehill County ASB has developed a program, for creating or repairing buffer strips, grassed waterways and/along riparian areas.

Thie Riparian Restoration Program is funded through the ASB Environmental Funding Stream Grant from Alberta Agriculture & Rural Development. Through this program producers, upon project approval by ASB staff, will be able to use the ASB seeding equipment as well as receive enough certified grass seed mix to complete their project for FREE. Participants are also eligible for 75% of costs of other enhancement supplies, for a maximum of $2000.00.

This program is open only to Kneehill County ratepayers, and only on lands within county borders. The program will also be on a first come first served basis and will be available for a limited amount of people.

The Kneehill County ASB works together with the Red Deer River Watershed Alliance (RDRWA) in developing programs and delivering information on how to maintain and improve our watersheds within Kneehill County.
Red Deer River Watershed Alliance


Alberta Phosphorus Watershed Project 


Agricultural Beneficial Management Practices (BMPs) Tour in Acme Creek Watershed
Wednesday, September 27, 2017, 9:30 am to 3:00 pm
Acme Community Hall, 139 Allison Street, Acme
Open to anyone interested!

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phosphorus watershed

http://www1.agriculture.alberta.ca/$department/deptdocs.nsf/all/irr14541
The webpage includes downloadable Alberta Phosphorous Management Tool brochures