The basis of the viewer is that you can look at historical climate trends using metrological data. Can track weather patterns back to 1901. In 1901, Alberta had 10 stations, and now over 500 metrological stations across Alberta, collecting hourly data, which is how the information is gathered.
Your business may have a great product and a great team behind it, but if you don't have an effective marketing & communications strategy, even an exceptional idea won't have room to grow. Regardless of the size of your budget, there are steps you can take now to keep your brand top of mind and maximize return on investment for your marketing dollars.
This workshop covers the fundamentals of marketing strategy, offering simple and applicable tools to make the most of your message. Your message matters. Get it right, and you'll reap the rewards.
Did you miss the Wild About Bees Workshop? We have ALL the resources you need here:
Alberta Native Bee Council - Megan Evans
Ellis Bird Farm - Sandy Van Dijk
Skinner Native Seeds - John Skinner
The Wild About Bees program will provide participants with seeds native to and suitable for use in the Lacombe County and Central Alberta. For $14.00, you can purchase a package of pollinator seed mix and a Wild About Bees handbook. Each seed packages mimics a natural ecosystem, and contains 6 native bunch grasses, 2 native clovers, and up to 40 native wildflowers to the central Alberta area.
What you will find in your handbook?
Site prep trips for optimum success
How to create a high-quality pollinator garden, specific for native pollinators
Photo identification of all the species in your seed package
Lacombe County’s top 20 favourite pollinators
Where to find further resources
Contact Lacombe County for a copy of the Wild About Bees handbook and seed package by calling 403-782-8959.