Research


Using root traits to predict the structure and function of restored prairie communities

  • Vicky Coffey (M.Sc. Candidate, University of Winnipeg, 2018)

  • Anne-Charlotte Olivier (Undergraduate Research Assistant, Montpellier, 2018)

  • Jessica Slopek (B.Sc. University of Saskatchewan, 2017)


Using soil and plant communities as indicators of restoration progress

  • Vicky Coffey (M.Sc. Candidate, University of Winnipeg, 2016-18)


Impacts of cattle grazing on the proliferation of foxtail barley in wet meadow rangeland communities

  • Chyna Ortman (B.Sc. Hons. Candidate, University of Winnipeg, 2018)

  • Kaleb Ledoux (B.Sc., Thompson Rivers University, 2017)

  • Hollie Swart (B.Sc., University of Winnipeg, 2016)


  • Response of rangeland ecosystems to extreme drought

    • Philip Garcia (B.Sc., University of Winnipeg, 2017)


    Ecological goods and services provided by rangelands

    • Lochlan Wilson (B.Sc., University of Winnipeg, 2016)


    Restoration of northern rough fescue grasslands following the exclusion of grazing disturbance

    • Arpi Patel (B.Sc., University of Winnipeg, 2015)

    • Hilary Pinchbeck (B.Sc. University of Winnipeg, 2014)


    Importance of species diversity in the revegetation of Alberta’s northern fescue prairies

    • Nicholas Palaschuk (B.Sc. Hons., University of Winnipeg, 2015)


    Using cover crops to reduce weed infestations in gardens

    • Rebecca Pedneault (B.Sc., University of Winnipeg, 2015)


    Ethnobotanical uses of plants by Indigenous Peoples

    • Adara Sajtos (B.Sc. University of Winnipeg, 2015)


    Using cattle grazing to restore a rough fescue prairie invaded by Kentucky bluegrass

    • Hilary Pinchbeck (B.Sc. University of Winnipeg, 2014)