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Regenerative Alberta

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Our Mission

To create an innovation project supported by research, that will enable an accelerated response to climate change through the rapid and widespread adoption of new agricultural practices and technologies.

To co-create a space that is inclusive, that acknowledges and validates BMPs already being implemented and that inspires, and motivates producers and scientists towards practices that increase sustainability and resiliency on Alberta farms and ranches.

Our Vision

Create change through innovation and on-farm research that is producer driven and co-created with producers and scientists.




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Alberta’s Wray Ranch receive prestigious national environmental stewardship award

The Canadian Cattle Association (CCA) is pleased to announce Wray Ranch, located near Irricana, Alberta, as the recipient of The Environmental Stewardship Award (TESA) for 2023.

Doug and Linda Wray, who own and operate Wray Ranch in partnership with their nephew, Tim Wray and his wife Joanne, are recognized for their focus on sustainable practices to enhance soil health and reduce erosion.

Aug 17, 2023

Canadian Cattle Association

Sustainable CAP Programs Announced Yesterday

New Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership programs released, including the Resilient Agricultural Landscape Program.

Mar 29, 2023

Agricultural Service Boards

Regenerative agriculture is all the rage, but what is it exactly?

There’s no simple answer, but experts say soil health is at the heart of this approach.

Oct 12, 2022

Alberta Farmer Express

Regenerative agriculture reaches a crossroads

Corporate commitments to regenerative agriculture would suggest that the number of farms and acres following the practice is exploding. However, actual statistics remain difficult to find.

Aug 18, 2022

The Western Producer

Climate change project adds living labs

A federal initiative that allows producers to join forces with scientists to tackle climate change will provide $54 million to create nine living labs across Canada.

Jul 21, 2022

The Western Producer

Federal government commits $16 million for Living Laboratories on Alberta farms

The Living Laboratories Initiative brings together farmers, scientists and other collaborators to co-develop and test innovative practices and technologies to address agri-environmental issues.

Jul 14, 2022

Calgary Herald

With better soil, farmers can fight climate change, make agriculture more sustainable

With regenerative farming, farmland can be used to capture carbon.

Aug 16, 2020

CBC Radio

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What is the Regenerative Alberta Living Lab?

The Regenerative Alberta Living Lab is an ongoing collaboration between farmers, ranchers, and soil scientists throughout the province of Alberta.  We use on-farm and soil mapping technology to accurately assess soil health created by producer innovations. This information will allow farmers and ranchers to build resilience and productivity thereby enhancing their bottom line.

The Regenerative Alberta Living Lab (RALL) acknowledges that its work is conducted on the traditional territories of the many First Nations, Métis, and Inuit in Alberta who have lived in and cared for these lands for generations, and who will continue to do so for generations to come. We are grateful to the Knowledge Keepers and Elders who are still with us today and those who have gone before us. RALL expresses deep gratitude and respect for the land we use and commits to advancing reconciliation and partnering with Indigenous Peoples in our work.  


 This project honours and respects the diverse knowledge of all involved and is deeply grateful to those who are sharing their knowledge to tackle agricultural climate challenges and work towards solutions. 

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