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The Environmental Stewardship Award is awarded annually to recognize ranchers and farmers who exemplify significant innovation and attention to a wide range of environmental stewardship aspects in their farm operations.
The 2021 Environmental Stewardship Award (TESA) recipient was the Manning Family Farm run by Dean and Catherine Manning and their family. Read more about the innovative solutions the Manning Family farm implemented, including grazing and cropping systems that adapt to changing weather conditions.
In 2018, Circle H Farms, owned and operated by the Harper family in Brandon, Manitoba, was awarded The Environmental Stewardship Award (TESA). Read more about how the Harper Family has contributed to improved soil health at their farm since 1990.
In 2017, the Davis Francis Farm was awarded The Environmental Stewardship Award (TESA). The seventh-generation farm is operated by father and son team, David and Brett Francis and their families, who have focused on soil conservation at the farm. Read more about The David Francis Farm’s passion for protecting and improving the land in their careSlide 3 of 5.
In 2016, the Anderson Ranch Inc. of Fir Mountain, Saskatchewan was announced as the recipient of The Environmental Stewardship Award (TESA) for their hard work protecting many endangered and at-risk species that call their ranch home. Read more about Anderson Ranch Inc.’s commitment to managing one of Canada’s most endangered ecosystems, our temperate native grasslands.
The 2014 Environmental Stewardship Award (TESA) recipient was Round Rock Ranching in County of Vermillion River Alberta. Read more about the steps taken at Round Rock Ranching to carry out their thoughtful and strategic approach to stewardship.