About Alberta EFP
Videos About EFP including testimonials from Alberta producers
Why do an EFP? This video is an introduction to the Alberta Environmental Farm Plan (EFP) and includes testimonials from producers on the benefits of completing an EFP.
Species At Risk
Learn about Species At Risk (SAR) in Alberta and how you can protect them
Alberta EFP has added a Species at Risk component to the EFP workbook. Conserving species at risk and their habitat is important for the environment and to sustainable agriculture.
Special thanks to MULTISAR and the Alberta Conservation Association for their help with this video. See MULTISAR’s brochure for details http://multisar.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/FEHA-ANP-BrochureWEB-Feb-2012.pdf.
Quick fixes for conserving your land and making your operations more efficient and sustainable
Planting trees (in this case live-cutting of willows) is an easy fix for restoring riparian areas, providing habitat for wildlife and improving the health and growth of the surrounding ecosystem.
Keeping your cattle away from natural water-ways has benefits for both livestock and the land. This video will show you how to install and maintain a solar powered off-site watering system with pump, solar panel, battery, electronics and watering trough.
An anti-syphon valve is a type of check valve that allows water to flow forward, while allowing water on the backside of the valve to drain out. It prevents water from syphoning back from the source when you are using a hose, e.g. when filling a bucket or trough. Watch the video to see how to install an anti-syphon device.
A backflow preventer is a check valve that only allows one way flow of water. It permits clean water to flow in while preventing other water from entering the line. This video shows you how to install a backflow preventer.
This video is posted with permission of the Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association.
Videos on Related Topics curated by Alberta EFP
This video was posted with the permission of Alberta Agriculture and Forestry. It is one of eight parts in a series exploring Alberta’s Bow River Phosphorus Management Plan